HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - The Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department hosted a breakfast ahead of the Annual Appeal Letter Campaign in late September. 

The breakfast is a department tradition before all the members ‘walk the town’ dropping off the Annual Appeal Letter, the department’s biggest fundraiser, to residents of Hasbrouck Heights. Members covered the entire borough in two days, dropping off the appeal letter to households throughout town.

Monies raised go toward equipment and supplies and for much-needed repairs on the apparatus. The Hasbrouck Heights Fire Department is a volunteer organization, which also provides coverage for businesses and homes in Teterboro.

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The preparations were led by Appeal Letter Chairman, former Chief Kevin Todd and Lieutenant Bernie Valente, who along with the rest of the committee prepared French Toast, Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, coffee, tea and orange juice. It was a hearty breakfast for a group of fire fighters who headed out for a long day of walking.

 

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