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221657_1392297685Feb 19 2014 Z1 LR

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resident’s Day is anAmerican holiday that iscelebrated each year on thethird Monday in February. Schoolchildren typically get the day off from school and many profession-als also get the day off from work.Established in 1800,President’s Day once went by adifferent name. Known asWashington’s Birthday, which isstill the legal name of the holiday,this day was meant to celebratethe first President of the UnitedStates, George Washington,whose birthday was February 22.Congress declared that day a fed-eral holiday more than 200 yearsago, and eventually the holidaygrew to become a celebration of President Abraham Lincoln, whowas born on February 12, as well.The holiday is now a celebrationof the lives and accomplishmentsof every U.S. president.Few Americans would behard-pressed to identify GeorgeWashington’s visage, which isdepicted on some American cur-rency, including the $1 bill. Bornin 1732 to Virginia planters,Washington’s interests includedwestern expansion, which he wasable to take part as a teenager,helping to survey the Shenandoahlands at the age of 16.Washington was also interested inmilitary arts, and he was commis-sioned a lieutenant colonel in1754, eventually playing a role inwhat became the French andIndian War.In 1759, Washington wasserving in the Virginia House of Burgesses, an assembly of electedrepresentatives of the Englishcolonies in North America.Growing frustrated with, and feel-ing exploited by, British regula-tions, Washington voiced hisresistance to restrictions placedon colonists, who were movingtoward what would become theAmerican Revolution.At the Second ContinentalCongress, which assembled in1775, Washington was electedCommander-in-Chief of theContinental Army, taking com-mand of troops at Cambridge,Massachusetts on July 3, 1775.Under Washington’s com-mand, the Continental Armywould ultimately succeed, win-ning the colonists their independ-
Washington inspired President’s Day
Proverbs 3:5,6• God Bless America
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February 19, 2014Zone 1, Vol. 12, No. 4
 We are a Family, Friendly Publication & The Official Paper of Wayne Day
Wayne
 
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FEB 21
•Huge community garage sale onFriday, February 21 to Sunday, February23 from 9am-3pm at the PackanackLake Clubhouse, 52 Lake Drive West inWayne; brought to you by thePackanack Mothers Club which use theirfunds to help families and charitiesthroughout the year.Shop early for bestselection of toys, appliances, householditems, electronics, games, books,movies, sporting goods, jewelry andmuch more.Packanack Lake Clubhouse52 Lake Drive West in Wayne.•The Chabad Center of Passaic County will be hosting an Italian style Shabbatdinner for the community on Friday,February 21 at 6pm. Join us at TheChabad Center, located at 194 RatzerRoad, as we enjoy a homemade, Italianstyle dinner, along with songs and per-formances led by our Girls HebrewSchool class. For more info or toRSVP please contact Chani at973-694-6274 or email: chanig@optonline.net.
FEB 22
•Wayne Elks 2181 will host Good Times-Then and Now dinner danceonSaturday, February 22 at 7.30pm.Music by Johnny NB and Barb featuredat the Paris Inn. Menu by Chef BobFisher. Donation- $30.00. Call Joyce at973 956 8956 for reservation.
MAR 5
•Wayne Elks 2181presents fish andchips night on Wednesday, March 5 serv-ing 5:30-7:30pm.Eat in or take out.Adults $10.00 in advance; $12.00 at thedoor;children under 12 $5.00;includesfish, chips, coleslaw, dessert, coffee andtea.Join us for the perfect AshWednesday meal.Call Joyce at 973-956-8956 for reservations.
MAR 8
•Wayne Elks 2181will hold a St Patrick’sDay dinner danceon Saturday, March 8music by DJ Lou Nadermenu by Chef BobFisherdonation $30.00chaired by KathyPayne for reservation call Joyce and 973-956-8956.
MAR 13
•Immaculate Heart of Mary’s AnnualLaughs for Ladies Tricky Tray and ComedyShow will be held on Thursday, March 13 atthe Westmount Country Club in WoodlandPark. Tickets are on sale now! Tickets are$60 and include dinner, a comedy showstarring Patty Rosborough, and a freesheet of regular basket tickets. Doors openat 5:30pm. Hot butlered hors d’ouerves!Bring a friend or two and have a greattime. Tickets are on sale in the schooloffice. For info and tickets, call the schooloffice at 973-694-1225 or the Rectory at973-694-3400.
MAR 15
•The Knights of Columbus fromImmaculate Heart of Mary Church will hosta St. Patrick’s Day Family Dinner-Dance onSaturday, March 15 at 6:30pm at the IHMSchool Gym on Ratzer Road, Wayne. Thefun evening will include appetizers, a fullcorn beef dinner with beverages andentertainment from Pipers and StepDancers. Donation is adults- $42; childrenunder 12- $22. The proceeds will be usedfor charities supported by the K of C. Tickets may be obtained by calling theparish office at 973-694-3400 between10am-4pm.•Celebrate Purim at Shomrei Torah, 30Hinchman Avenue, Wayne,on Saturdayevening, March 15.Megillah readingbegins at 7:45pm, followed by a Passover wine tasting and dessert Reception spon-sored by the Men’s Club.Continue the joy-ful evening with an original Purim Spielproduction of “Hang on Hamen, theAdventure” at 9:30pm. Suggested dona-tion: $18. For information or to r.s.v.p.:office@shomreitorahwcc.org.
MAR 16
•The Wayne Valley High School Springcraft show will be held on Sunday, March16 from 10am- 5pm.The school is locatedat 551 Valley Rd.The show will be spon-sored by Project Graduation and promotedby P.J.’s Promotions.Over 100 qualityexhibitors from four states will be partici-pating with handmade items, art and pho-tography.Admission is $3.00.For furtherinformation please go to www.pjspromo-tions.com or call 201-666-1340.
MAR 21
•Wayne Elks 2181 auxiliary will holdBunco night on Friday, March 21. Doorsopen at 6:15pm; games begin at7pm.Donation of $7.00 includes lots offun prizes coffee tea dessert. Call Joyce at973- 956-8956.
MAR 22
•GST Unlimited, non-profit, helping fami-lies in need, will be hosting a Tricky Trayevent on Saturday, March 22 at Knightsof Columbus, 84 Lincoln Park Rd.Pequannock. Start time 4pm. Tickets-$30. Ticket includes food, 1 sheet of tick-ets, door prizes, DJ. Cash bar. Advancetickets are available by calling 973-850-6400 or visit 103 Arch Street in Butler atthe store. $30 x P includes food, startertickets, door prizes, DJ, cash bar, MardiGras theme. www.gstunlimited.orggstunlimited@gmail.com
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