HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Residents driving along the Boulevard in Hasbrouck Heights will notice a bevy of new banners of recognition and appreciation.
Starting on the circle, Hasbrouck Heights High School's Project Graduation's lighthearted banner is a tribute to the Class of 2020.
"We wanted to do something just for the Senior Class of 2020," said Traci Roche of Project Graduation. "We wanted to bring a smile to their faces and the faces of their families and the people in the community who are thinking about them and supporting them during this crazy time."
She noted that "the masks and toilet paper just seem to be symbols of the pandemic." The banner went up Friday, May 8. The group got permission from Mayor Jack DeLorenzo for the banner. Recreation Director Rob Brady installed it.
In front of Borough Hall on the corner of the Boulevard and Madison Avenue, a 3-foot-by-25-foot banner offers a big 'thank you' to the fire, police, EMS, DPW, borough employees, and all essential workers. Councilman Ron Kistner and his wife Marie, along with Kimberly and Frank Quatrone split the cost. Printing was done by Steve Feuss of iDesign Printing Center.
One block further north on the front lawn of Hasbrouck Heights High School is another large banner for the Class of 2020. The banners went up on Tuesday.
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