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Glen Rock Honors Crossing Guards with Appreciation Luncheon

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Glen Rock NJ, on the afternoon of June 20th, following the last day of school, Glen Rock’s Crossing Guards were honored at a luncheon courtesy of Victor and Evan Quinn at the Glen Rock Inn.

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Glen Rock Honors it’s Crossing Guards

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Glen Rock NJ, on the afternoon of June 22nd, following the last day of school, Glen Rock’s Crossing Guards were honored at a Luncheon courtesy of Victor and Evan Quinn at the Glen Rock Inn.
Adult school crossing guards, first established in Glen Rock during the early 1950’s, play an important role in the lives of our school children. They help them safely cross the street at key locations throughout the most heavily traveled roadways in the Borough.

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Glen Rock’s Crossing Guards were honored at a Luncheon

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Glen Rock NJ, on the afternoon of June 23rd, following the last day of school, Glen Rock’s Crossing Guards were honored at a Luncheon courtesy of Victor Quinn at the Glen Rock Inn.

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Glen Rock’s Crossing Guards Honored at Luncheon

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Glen Rock NJ, on the afternoon of June 24, 2021, following the last day of the school year, Glen Rock’s Crossing Guards were honored at a luncheon courtesy of Victor Quinn at the Glen Rock Inn, a long-standing tradition.
Adult school crossing guards, first established in Glen Rock during the early 1950’s, play an important role in the lives of our school children. They help them safely cross the street at key locations.

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Glen Rock Inn Temporally shuts its doors

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Glen Rock NJ, the Glen Rock Inn located at 222 Rock Rd, Glen Rock, NJ 07452, has temporally shut its doors due to COVID19,. The Glen Rock Inn is a Bergen County institution offering friendly service and good food.

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Stag House in Glen Rock Partners with Bergen County Rescue to Host Town-Wide Pet Adoption February 3, 2018

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January 31,2018

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GLEN ROCK NJ , Stag House, a full-service barbershop and salon headquartered in Glen Rock, NJ, announced they are partnering with the Bergen County Protect and Rescue Foundation (BC Protect & Rescue), an all-volunteer, non-profit, no-kill shelter, to run a town-wide dog adoption on Saturday, February 3, 2018, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.228 Rock Rd, Glen Rock, NJ.

“BC Protect & Rescue works to save pets from being euthanized or even homeless. A huge part of our mission is giving back to the community. What better way than to help give a pet a “furever” home, especially during a time when shelters are experiencing an influx of dogs from the holidays,” says Stag House co-owner Christine Modica. “We are also very excited to announce several other Glen Rock Businesses who are participating: Merve’s Kitchen and BakeryPainting with a TwistFrancesca Brick Oven Pizza & Pasta, Rock Row Jewelry, Glen Rock Veterinary Hospital, Glen Rock InnProminent Tickets and The Curious Reader.”

Bergen County Protect and Rescue is a No-Kill Animal Welfare Facility located in Cliffside Park. It was founded in 2012 by Bergen County’s very own local Animal Control Agency and concerned citizens. The idea of creating a no-kill facility came to be when animal control officers were forced to take lost and abandoned animals to surrounding veterinarians and animal shelters.

Rachel Israel, Stag House Co-Owner adds, “Several of our stylists and barbers, including myself, have adopted pets in our homes, so this is a really special day for Stag House. In addition to the adoptions, our newest Doe.Tique stylist, Vanessa Hettishiemer, will donate 50 percent of her bookings that day for blowouts.”

Stag House prides itself on supporting the community and using local businesses, products and services to promote each other. For more information visit https://www.njstaghouse.com/ or call (201) 670-0110. To donate to BC Protect & Rescue, visit: https://bcrescues.org/donate.html.