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The Ridgewood High School Alumni Association is currently accepting nominations for this year’s Distinguished Alumni event

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November 18,2017

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Ridgewood NJ, The Ridgewood High School Alumni Association is currently accepting nominations for this year’s Distinguished Alumni event. The event will take place on Thursday, March 22, 2018. The deadline for nominations is January 15th, 2018.

Please submit all nominations via the website (RHSalumniassociation.org) under the contact us section. Please make sure to include the full name of graduate, year of graduation and a brief write up detailing the person’s distinguished achievements. Any questions or inquiries can be sent directly to [email protected]

12 thoughts on “The Ridgewood High School Alumni Association is currently accepting nominations for this year’s Distinguished Alumni event

  1. Anyone but Siobhan Crann.

  2. I recommend Ramon Hache. He is an incredible asset to Ridgewood. One of the finest.

  3. Keith Killion. Hands down. He’s simply the best!

  4. Yes 6:13. His valet parking plan for the CBD is costing the taxpayer big time.

  5. I second the nomination of Keith Killion.

  6. You know what 7:29 – you are a small person; so small in stature (grey hair, glasses, smirk on your face at all times, lies spewing from your dirtymouth).. At least Mr. Hache is in there trying. The point of the valet parking was to try and prevent an unnecessarily huge garage. If it does not work, well at least it was tried. And by the way, all five council members voted to try the valet, including YOU Jeff Voigt – yes, we know you are trying to distance yourself from it by saying “It’s all Ramon’s project.” You were in on the discussions, you voted for it, you own it just as much as anyone. I appreciate the efforts of Mr. Hache and think he is a great candidate for a distinguished alum.

  7. 7:29pm, for you to suggest that holding a mere policy position you disagree with, absent some nefarious purpose, is a good reason to deny an RHS graduate an honor he otherwise deserves, is just wrong.

  8. There is no reason to reward trying and failing…

  9. Just stay away from Siobhan Crann Winograd.

  10. In 1832, at age 23, Abraham Lincoln and a partner bought a small general store on credit in New Salem, Illinois.  Although the economy was booming in the region, the business struggled and Lincoln eventually sold his share.

    Lincoln tried and failed multiple times in various endeavors in his earlier years but was personally well regarded and (obviously) persistent. Had he gone to high school or college (he didn’t–was almost entirely self taught), he would certainly have been recognized as a prominent alumn.

    Teddy Roosevelt had a few things to say about throwing oneself into the public arena and striving to do the right thing, no matter the outcome. Other wise individuals throughout history have waxed eloquently on the same subject.

    Your mileage may vary, 2:53pm, but you might want to pipe down before your unwarranted condemnations start backfiring.

  11. 7:29 is Jeff Voigt. Count on it.

  12. Thank you 4:26 for putting Mr. Bitter in his place.

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