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Date: 6/18/2012 Album ID: 1489756
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:    George W. Maize III, sings at left, while his son George W. Maize IV sits and the piano, and his grandson George W. Maize V sings along. They are part of a 5th generation of Ministers and Gospel musicians -all named George W. Maize.

George W. Maize IV, seated, is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:    George W. Maize III,  his son George W. Maize IV, and his grandson George W. Maize V, are  part of a 5th generation of Ministers and Gospel musicians -all named George W. Maize.

George W. Maize IV is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:    George W. Maize III,  his son George W. Maize IV, and his grandson George W. Maize V, are  part of a 5th generation of Ministers and Gospel musicians -all named George W. Maize.

George W. Maize IV is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:    George W. Maize III,  his son George W. Maize IV, and his grandson George W. Maize V, are  part of a 5th generation of Ministers and Gospel musicians -all named George W. Maize.

George W. Maize IV is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:    George W. Maize III,  his son George W. Maize IV, and his grandson George W. Maize V, are  part of a 5th generation of Ministers and Gospel musicians -all named George W. Maize.

George W. Maize IV is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:   20-year old  George W. Maize V plays at the piano as his grandfather George W. Maize III, and  his father George W. Maize IV, listen in.

George W. Maize IV is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:    George W. Maize III, sings at left, while his son George W. Maize IV sits and the piano, and his grandson George W. Maize V sings along. They are part of a 5th generation of Ministers and Gospel musicians -all named George W. Maize.

George W. Maize IV, seated, is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:    George W. Maize III, sings at left, while his son George W. Maize IV sits and the piano, and his grandson George W. Maize V sings along. They are part of a 5th generation of Ministers and Gospel musicians -all named George W. Maize.

George W. Maize IV, seated, is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:    George W. Maize III, sings at left, while his son George W. Maize IV sits and the piano, and his grandson George W. Maize V sings along. They are part of a 5th generation of Ministers and Gospel musicians -all named George W. Maize.

George W. Maize IV, seated, is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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00003870A  HACKENSACK, NJ  06-10-2015 5TH GENERATION GOSPEL MINISTER FAMILY:    George W. Maize III, sings at left, while his son George W. Maize IV sits and the piano, and his grandson George W. Maize V sings along. They are part of a 5th generation of Ministers and Gospel musicians -all named George W. Maize.

George W. Maize IV, seated, is the newly installed pastor of Trinity Baptist Church in Hackensack, is one of a line of gospel performers in his family. His father, George Maize III, was around in the 1940s and Fifties when gospel was just starting to make its way into African-American churches; his son, George Maize V, is continuing the tradition. All three are excellent keyboard players and repositories of gospel history

-photo by Thomas E. Franklin / Staff Photographer
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5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office's chief for today. She posed for photos with her big sister Ava, age 8 at her school, the North Jersey Elks Developmental Disabilities Agency Elementary School
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5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office's chief for today. She posed for photos with Maureen Parenta and Det. Michael Leighton of the the prosecutor's office with her class at the  
North Jersey Elks Developmental Disabilities Agency Elementary School.
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 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office's chief for today. She is wearing the hat at bottom center, pictured with her class at the  North Jersey Elks Developmental Disabilities Agency Elementary School  in Clifton, where the the prosecutor's Fatal Accident Investigation Unit picked her up for the day.
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5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office's chief for today.Photographer
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5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office's chief for today.
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All of today's chief's for a day pose for a group photo with the real police chiefs on the courthouse steps. 

Today Bergen County police chiefs took part in chief for a day today, for disabled children. The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office selected 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn. Her day started at school in Clifton with the prosecutor's Fatal Accident Investigation Unit picking her up, then heading to the Bergen County Courthouse to meet the prosecutor and his chief of detectives and get sworn in. She then joined the rest of the young chiefs for a group photo on the courthouse steps at 11:30.
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 00003510A  HACKENSACK,NJ  06-05-2015  CHIEF FOR A DAY: Elmwood Park Detective Chris Liptak carries 8-year old Josh Santana age 8 from Elmwood Park, who was Elmwood Park's 
 chief for a day today. Josh's mother says he has osteosarcoma and leukemia and was unable to walk, but wants to be a police officer someday.
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All of today's chief's for a day pose for a group photo with the real police chiefs on the courthouse steps. 

Today Bergen County police chiefs took part in chief for a day today, for disabled children. The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office selected 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn. Her day started at school in Clifton with the prosecutor's Fatal Accident Investigation Unit picking her up, then heading to the Bergen County Courthouse to meet the prosecutor and his chief of detectives and get sworn in. She then joined the rest of the young chiefs for a group photo on the courthouse steps at 11:30.
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 At bottom, Bergen County Prosecutor's Office chief of detectives Carmen Martino and  5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, pose in a group photo with all the other chief's for a day on the courthouse steps. Lyra was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office chief for today. 
Today Bergen County police chiefs took part in chief for a day today, for disabled children. The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office selected 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn. Her day started at school in Clifton with the prosecutor's Fatal Accident Investigation Unit picking her up, then heading to the Bergen County Courthouse to meet the prosecutor and his chief of detectives and get sworn in. She then joined the rest of the young chiefs for a group photo on the courthouse steps at 11:30
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Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli and his chief of detectives Carmen Martino pose for pictures with 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, and her big sister Ava age 8. She was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office chief for today. 
Today Bergen County police chiefs took part in chief for a day today, for disabled children. The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office selected 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn. Her day started at school in Clifton with the prosecutor's Fatal Accident Investigation Unit picking her up, then heading to the Bergen County Courthouse to meet the prosecutor and his chief of detectives and get sworn in. She then joined the rest of the young chiefs for a group photo on the courthouse steps at 11:30.
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Elmwood Park Police Chief Mike Foligno carries 8-year old Josh Santana age 8 from Elmwood Park, who was Elmwood Park's 
 chief for a day today. Josh's mother says he has osteosarcoma and leukemia and was unable to walk, but wants to be a police officer someday.
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Bergen County Undersheriff Bob Colaneri shakes hands with Tiller Uriarte, age 13 from Fair Lawn, who was Fair Lawn's chief for a day today. At left is Fair Lawn's Glen Cauwels.
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Bergen County Prosecutor's chief of detectives Carmen Martino holds 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, while posing for pictures on the courthouse steps. She was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office chief for today.
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5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office's chief for today
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Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli, left, poses for photos behind his desk with 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition. She was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office chief for today. At right is her father Lou.
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 Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli, left, swears-in 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition. She was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office chief for today. From left; Molinelli, her mother Heather, father Lou, and big sister Ava age 8. 
Today Bergen County police chiefs took part in chief for a day today, for disabled children. The Bergen County Prosecutor's Office selected 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn. Her day started at school in Clifton with the prosecutor's Fatal Accident Investigation Unit picking her up, then heading to the Bergen County Courthouse to meet the prosecutor and his chief of detectives and get sworn in. She then joined the rest of the young chiefs for a group photo on the courthouse steps at 11:30.
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Bergen County Prosecutor John Molinelli, right, welcomes into his office 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition. She was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office's chief for today. At left is her mother Heather, behind her is family friend Courtney Mottola, and at right rear is her father Lou.
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Elmwood Park Police Chief Mike Foligno carries 8-year old Josh Santana age 8 from Elmwood Park, who was Elmwood Park's 
 chief for a day today. Josh's mother says he has osteosarcoma and leukemia and was unable to walk, but wants to be a police officer someday.
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Bergen County Undersheriff Bob Colaneri shakes hands with Tiller Uriarte, age 13 from Fair Lawn, who was Fair Lawn's chief for a day today. At left is Fair Lawn's Glen Cauwels.
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Bergen County Prosecutor's chief of detectives Carmen Martino holds 5-year old Lyra Polyi of Fair Lawn, who has a rare neurological condition, while posing for pictures on the courthouse steps. She was the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office chief for today.
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