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Glen Ridge Voice, January 2013
Date: 1/9/2013 Album ID: 1593185
Photos by Glen Ridge Voice
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Candela 1/17/13 Glen Ridge, NJ 
John Candela grapples with Richie Ruiz, whom he pinned in 1:30. 
Nelson DePasquale/Staff Photographer
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Michael 1/17/13 Glen Ridge, NJ 
Glen Ridge freshman Rob Michael, above, is 5-0 on the season after his win against Barringer's Juan Marcos Garcia by fall in 59 seconds.  
Nelson DePasquale/Staff Photographer
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106608 BOEmeeting  01/14/2013 Glen Ridge, NJ
BOE honors teacher, talks election dates. Ann Zimny, left, a Pre-K teacher at Linden Avenue School, addresses the audience during Monday night's board of education meeting, during which the board paid tribute to Zimny and her years of service. Looking on, from left, are Linden Principal Joseph Caravela, Superintendent John Mucciolo, board member Tim Keppel (seated), Board President Betsy Ginsburg and board member Karen Eisen (seated). 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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Police Car Logo  GLEN RIDGE, NJ 9/21/2010  DALE MINCEY/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
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Lloyd 1/24/13 Glen Ridge, NJ 
Senior Michael Lloyd scored the other two goals for a 5-1 victory.
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Maquire 1/24/13 Glen Ridge, NJ Senior Bobby Maquire had an assist against Livingston in VGR's 5-3 loss.  
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McAuley 1/24/13 Glen Ridge, NJ   
Glen Ridge’s Eileen McAuley takes a free throw shot earlier this season. Against St. Vincent, she scored for points.  
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Andruk 1/24/13 Glen Ridge, NJ 
Glen Ridge junior Matea Mills-Andruk, pictured here during a cross-country race this past fall, was part of the Distance Medley relay team and the 1600m Sprint Medley relay team at the Group 1 Relay Championships. Glen Ridge's distance medley placed 13th and the sprint medley came in 14th overall.
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PowellT 1/24/13 Glen Ridge, NJ 
Tessa Powell stays in bounds while keeping possession for Glen Ridge. Powell scored four points against Technology. 
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106893 CMgroup 1/10/2013 Glen Ridge, NJ
Hospital administrators and local politicians pose for a group shot just before the ribbon cutting on the new Cancer Center. From left: Belleville Councilor Steve Rovell; Thomas Biga, executive vice president of operations for Barnabas Health; John Kelly, M.D., president of medical staff for Clara Maass; Assemblyman Thomas Giblin; Mary Ellen Clyne, Clara Maass president and CEO; James Orsini, Cancer Center medical director; Assemblyman Ralph Caputo; Belleville Deputy Mayor Vincen Cozzarelli; Nutley Commissioner Mauro Tucci; and Newark Deputy Mayor Margarita Muniz. 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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106893 Orsini 1/10/2013  Glen Ridge, NJ
James Orsini, the medical director for Clara Maass Medical Center's new Cancer Center, addresses the audience gathered for the center's dedication on Jan. 10.
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ColdSnap1
Toney's Brook waterfall freezes during coldnsap on Jan. 24, 2013.
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ColdSnap2
People cross Ridgewood Avenue in the fridgid cold temps on Jan. 24, 2013. 
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107117 ComeBuild01 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank. 
D.W. Pine, left, and 11-year-old Haleigh Pine work on a Lego model of the Women’s Club of Glen Ridge. (The Pines’ construction crew also included 8-year-old J.D. Pine.) 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild02 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank. 
Logan Porawski, 5, and John Porawski work together on their replica of Forest Avenue School. 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild03 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank. 
Gavin Roberts, 3, works on a building section for 26 Old Oak Road. The rest of the building crew included Gavin’s mother, Alice, and sisters Natalie, 5, and Shea, 8. 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild04 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank. 
Glen Ridge High School’s foundation starts to take shape, under the hands of the Bleifer family. 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild05 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank.
From left, Lane Darby, 14, and Geoffrey Darby build the facade for 138 Ridgewood Avenue – better known as “the Titanic house.” 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild06 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank.
The Bourscheidt family works on their model of Linden Avenue School. 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild07 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank.
Borough Historian Sally Meyer, center, helps her grandchildren – Josie Lang, 10, at left, and Jonny Lang, 8 – with a model of 306 Ridgewood Avenue. 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild08 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank.
Emily Peters, left, and Emmett Bushue, 7, work on their model of the former Matchless Metals factory. 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild10 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank.
From left, Jamie Newman, 11, and Claire Newman, 8, work on the front section of their replica of Ridgewood Avenue School. 
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild11 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank.
From left, Beau Torralva, 11, Devon Torralva, 8, and Lorraine Torralva work on their model of HackensackUMC Mountainside.
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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107117 ComeBuild12 Glen Ridge, NJ 01/27/2013
Building Glen Ridge out of Legos. It was a different kind of block party going on in Glen Ridge on Sunday, Jan. 27. At “Come Build Glen Ridge,” families were challenged to build Lego replicas of public buildings and historic houses in Glen Ridge. All of the finished buildings were then laid out on a giant map of Glen Ridge that had been spread out on the floor of the Glen Ridge High School cafeteria. 
The event was presented by the Glen Ridge Historical Society, and was sponsored by Boiling Springs Savings Bank.
From left, Carolina Lucas, 8, and Isabel Lucas, 10, show off their work-in-progress model of the Glen Ridge Congregational Church.
Erin Roll/Staff Photographer
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