HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - Better late than never.
After an abbreviated school year with senior year events canceled due to the ongoing health crisis, Hasbrouck Heights High School seniors were able to attend their yearbook signing breakfast hosted by the Hasbrouck Heights Elks Lodge #1962 on Tuesday morning.
Members of the Class of 2020 were treated to bagels, juice, and coffee. Although the grads picked up the books last week, the breakfast was an opportunity for the now graduates to visit and sign each other's books. Art teacher and coach Barbara Kritzer stopped by to visit with the students.
In its 16th year, the annual breakfast started in 2004 when Lodge Secretary Joyce Powell, a member of the Hasbrouck Heights High School Class of 1978, contacted then high school teacher and class advisor Erin Schneeweiss and volunteered to provide the graduating class with a yearbook signing breakfast to kick-off Senior Week.
The Hasbrouck Heights Elks Lodge is a fraternal organization that helps special needs children, military and veterans, and youth through various programs run throughout the year. For additional information about the Hasbrouck Heights Elks Lodge and its programs, email email@example.com.
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