Darren Boch, Superintendent of the Paterson Great Falls National Park, will be speaking on March 19th – 7:30 p.m. at the Senator John A. Girgenti Civic League meeting at the San Giuseppe Hall, 131 Wagaraw Rd in Hawthorne. Home to one of the nation's largest and mos spectacular waterfalls, the Great Falls powered new industries and played a key role in shaping and building the U.S. economy. The Great Falls is a source of immense pride for the City of Paterson, surrounding communities, and the entire state. This will be a very interesting and enjoyable program, refreshments will be served and, as always all are invited, to attend!
Superintendent of the Paterson Great Falls National Park to Speak March 19th
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