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Free Fall Lacrosse!
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Posted on: 2016/9/9 2:03
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Lacrosse in Jersey City
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Through the end of August (may be extended), we have open play lacrosse for anyone who wants to play the game of lacrosse or try it Monday nights 6-8pm at Berry Lane Park on the turf field.

If you don't have equipment, we usually bring several sets op pads and sticks.

In Fall, we will host some free introductory clinics for the children.

Eric Fleming
Jersey City Lacrosse, Pres.
www.jerseycitylacrosse.org

Posted on: 2016/8/18 7:51
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Soggy Cycle Sale to support Grove Street Bicycles
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As many may be aware, Grove Street Bicycles was forced from its home on Grove St by a 3-alarm fire.

Coordinating with Councilperson Osborne, the HDSID, Harsimus Cove Association, Jersey City Ties and the JCEDC, we are promoting a Soggy Cycle Sale this weekend to support our friends at GSB.

At their pop up location above Morlees at 160 Newark, customers will receive 10% off all bikes and accessories all weekend long. The store opens at 10am Saturday and 11am On Sunday.

I hope you will come out and help out your neighborhood bike shop this weekend.

Eric Fleming
Treasurer, HCA
Board member, JCEDC

Posted on: 2016/8/18 7:42
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Re: Recommend a good home owner insurance company/person?
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Mike Blumenfeld at Mile Square Insurance, great guy who I refer my clients to regularly

Posted on: 2016/2/19 16:25
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Free introductory youth lacrosse clinic 3/3 at PS15!
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Have your kids try the fastest growing sport in the US!

For boys and girls Kindergarten through eighth grade, no cost, no experience, no equipment necessary!

Lacrosse combines the speed of hockey, the teamwork of basketball and the strategy of soccer.

March 3
PS15 @ 135 Stegman
6pm to 7:30pm
Register on-site

If your kids like it, Jersey City Lacrosse is starting its sixth season with first practice on March 6.

www.JerseyCityLacrosse.org

Posted on: 2016/2/19 15:30
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Free youth lacrosse clinics!
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Free youth (boys and girls Kindergarten to 8th grade) lacrosse clinics at MS4 6:30 to 8pm on 2/10 and 2/17 and at PS15 on 2/9 and 2/11 from 5 to 7pm. No equipment or experience needed!

Come check out the fastest growing sport in the US!

www.jerseycitylacrosse.org

Posted on: 2016/1/16 14:15
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Free Youth Lacrosse Clinic 12/3 6-8pm @ PS3
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Through the city's Recreation Department, we offer boys and girls programs K-8 for the fastest growing sport in the nation.

Lacrosse is a fast moving game combining the speed, strategy and teamwork of soccer, basketball and hockey.

To introduce the game to new faces across Jersey City, we are hosting six free clinics for boys and girls, no equipment or experience needed.

The clinics will be on Wednesday nights 6-8 pm on 12/3, 12/17, 1/14, 1/28, 2/11 and 2/28 at the second floor gym at PS#3.

More information at:
www.jerseycitylacrosse.com
Twitter @JerseyCityLAX
or Find our Facebook page!

Posted on: 2014/11/19 15:19
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Re: Youth sports--Jersey City Lacrosse
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Right now, we are set to play the Parsippany Phoenix, Brooklyn Crescents, Brooklyn Lacrosse Club, Brooklyn Prospect, and we have more to come, including tournaments.

Posted on: 2014/2/28 19:46
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Networking event for Jersey City Lacrosse - Learn about Coaching!
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We're looking for a few good women and men to teach sportsmanship (and the best sport on 2 feet).

https://www.facebook.com/events/413265798806235/

We have some big plans for the coming season (GAMES! TOURNAMENTS, MORE), and we could use a hand with coaching, managing the logistics, etc. No experience needed.

It's a lot of fun and very rewarding.

At Jersey City Lacrosse, our mission is to introduce the fun and exciting game of lacrosse to Jersey City's diverse and underserved youth--both boys and girls--and along with introducing and teaching this great game, encourage and enrich their lives by promoting academic achievement, reading, healthy eating habits, discipline and teamwork; as well as provide them with positive mentors, long-lasting life lessons, and a sense of community.

Posted on: 2014/1/26 18:10
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Re: Recommendation for plumber (?) to replace kitchen sink
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Carmine Aumenta. He did work for Cocoa Bakery and we were very pleased.

Posted on: 2014/1/26 18:01
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Re: Cocoa Bakery & Cafe
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Jessie will be baking some breads, not sure about the brioche, though. I think croissants are on the menu, as well.

Posted on: 2013/3/20 23:36
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Re: Cocoa Bakery & Cafe
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We are getting close to opening.

The interior lighting is nearly done, the bathroom has been fixed, the sign has been ordered and should be ready in a few days.

We need to install a few sinks and water lines (haven't settled on a plumber yet), and have to order some equipment, put some fresh paint on the walls, etc.

Once the plumbing work is done, the rest is easy work to do...

So our fingers are crossed.

Posted on: 2013/3/20 23:34
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Re: Snor'Eastercane
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At Cocoa, we're drying out the CMU walls, then the drywall (we're using a special fiberglass kind that doesn't absorb water, DensGlass) goes up, but not before the wiring for the equipment goes in the walls. Then we paint and install the equipment. The plan is to get the work done by early December right now.

Here's a video interview of Jessie by WSJ. Part two of the four part series on Sandy's recovery featuring Cocoa Bakery will be out in today's edition. You can also find the story online.

http://live.wsj.com/video/jersey-bake ... B8-453F-BCE1-82C74EE278AB

Posted on: 2012/11/15 11:51
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Re: Harsimus Cove locality
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we've lived in Harsimus Cove for 6 years, and it is a quiet neighborhood (mostly residential) but quite safe.

I am HCDO rep for part of the area, and I served for 3 years as the Harsimus Cove Association president.

Posted on: 2012/6/5 0:02
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Re: PostNet
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the Harsimus Cove Assn has been a customer of PostNet for years and I have been a customer of Rich's business and have always received good service. And I plan to return as a customer in the future.

Rich is defending his business with such zealotry because this is his livelihood. I can appreciate that, but I think he has learned that these forums can devolve many times into name calling, which isn't good for anyone.

Posted on: 2012/6/4 23:59
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Re: Cocoa Bakery & Cafe
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Cocoa's construction started in 2008, and when the economy swooned, investors scattered and it became very challenging to raise the capital needed for the original plan of opening a bakery/cafe and adjacent restaurant.

Now, with some grass roots fund raising with Cocoa Club, we're focusing on getting the bakery side open, construction is ongoing but we are being held up a bit by the City over a permit for plumbing relating to a bathroom needed in the space.

We'll try to get all the work done other than the bathroom ASAP, but it's anyone's guess how long it will take for the City to come for the inspection.

We put updates up on Twitter and our two facebook pages, and there's the website as well.

In the interim, we're a regular at the Hamilton Park Farmer's Market every Wednesday.

Posted on: 2012/6/4 23:44
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Has anyone ever used Charo & Sons? If so, how was the work?
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Thanks, I am considering them for some siding work on my home.

Posted on: 2012/4/23 15:24
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Re: ox restaurant
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It's my understanding that Ox had taken on a lot of debt to get open and even though they were popular, they got overwhelmed by these costs. If revenue isn't larger than costs, it doesn't matter how popular you are. It's just math.

Posted on: 2010/11/20 15:28
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Re: 235 earn over $175,000 -- Christie pushes cuts & pay caps for school superintendents
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I keep seeing the word "qualified". How many school districts in Jersey City are failing? How many were failing when Epps started?

Posted on: 2010/11/20 15:25
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Re: Councilman Steven Fulop ordinance to eliminate part-time commissioners' health benefits - defeated
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Cut cops but not these benefits...yea, that makes sense...

Posted on: 2010/11/20 15:16
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Re: Hard Grove wants an Entertainment and Dance License: help petition against it
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The location is not anywhere near a residence, so i fail to see why they would fail to be allowed to apply for a permit.

If they become a public nuisance because of it (traffic, crime, etc), then they should lose it.

Posted on: 2010/11/20 15:06
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Re: Cocoa Bakery & Cafe
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This Saturday (9/25), it looks like Cocoa Bakery will be in two places at the same time, the Newport Festival and the BBQ Festival in Hamilton Park.

And thanks to Riccardo Kaulessar for his coverage of our COCOA CLUB program.

http://www.hudsonreporter.com/view/fu ... on-national-TV-?instance=

Please note that the program gives people a bonus on the cards based on what is put in, and the funds go into an escrow account until we hit our goals. Then, once open, the cards can be used. If we go 6 months, starting Sept 1, and don't reach the goal, we give it all back.

Thanks

Eric Fleming

Posted on: 2010/9/21 11:43
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Re: Gross Behavior by JC Police Officer Menendez
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First, attend the captain's meeting, which is held once a month, and voice your concerns.

You might also try talking to PO Dina Reilly, the community liaison.

Next, talk to your councilman, Steve Fulop.

I have friends who are police, and my uncle was a NYPD Detective. I have great respect for the largely thankless job they do every day. That doesn't give them the right to behave poorly.

Eric Fleming

Posted on: 2010/9/21 11:33
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Re: Mariano Vega resigns
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he had a $128K job with a city department in addition to serving on the council? When did he have time to do both jobs effectively?

Double dipping just burns me.

Posted on: 2010/9/15 3:45
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Re: Cocoa Bakery & Cafe
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You can also get Cocoa's cake truffles and biscotti at Ridgewood Coffee Co. in Ridgewood, NJ

And TOMORROW, The Early Show will be interviewing Jessie about COCOA CLUB, the crowd funding program for Cocoa, at the Hamilton Park Farmer's Market, where you can get Cocoa goods every Wednesday between 4pm and 8pm.

Posted on: 2010/9/15 3:34
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NJ.com wrote a story on COCOA CLUB today!
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Posted on: 2010/8/11 17:51
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Re: 25th ANNIVERSARY HAMILTON PARK FESTIVAL & Park Re-opening Ceremony
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Cocoa Bakery will be there

Posted on: 2010/5/25 19:12
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Re: Cocoa Bakery & Cafe
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FedUp has it about right.
While we work to get open, we are baking offsite and taking bakery/catering/wedding cake orders and delivering to JC, Hoboken, as well as NYC.

You can also find our desserts exclusively at Hamilton Inn in Hamilton Park.

Thanks

Eric Fleming
Cocoa Bakery & Bistro

Posted on: 2010/5/7 21:02
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Re: Retail in Hamilton Park
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Smith and Chang's offer good value and quality goods, something that you can't get at JCPenney etc.

I wish them well.

Posted on: 2010/2/12 23:07
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Re: Retail in Hamilton Park
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Cocoa will also be a restaurant, with a menu created by Chef Edwyn Ferrari, but the bakery will open first.

Posted on: 2010/2/12 16:18
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