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Friday, September 21, 2018

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21-September-2018 

 Results from game played by Bogota Varsity sports teams from Thursday-20-September.
   The Bogota Soccer Bucs traveled to Emerson and suffered a 7-2 loss.  Their record is now 0-5-1. The next play on Monday-24-September at Midland Park. Kick-off is scheduled for 4:00p 







  The Bogota Lady Bucs Volleyball team Hosted Emerson at Speary Gym.  Bogota would defeat the Lady Cavaliers 2-0 (25-8: 25-8)  Nylene Mateo would lead Bogota with a match high with 8 Kills. Leila Ksiyer  had 8 Service Point which would include 2 Aces.  Julianna Corniel and Briana Lozano would also score 2 Aces. Alyssa Vazquez recorded 12 assists, and Sophia Marquez  had 4  Digs.  Angelique Caceres had 2 Blocks Bogota's record is now 5-1. They next play on Friday-21 -September against West Morris Central.  This will be at home in Speary Gym with the first service is scheduled for 6:00p


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Author Talks

21-September-2018
 On Thursday-20-September the Bogota Public Library held the part of their Author Talks series. Since this first book  "Mia & Mya Twin Adventures"  focuses on life growthing up with a single Parent. By local Author Raleena Bush, it also mentions the issue of bullying and how to explain what is bullying to younger children. it was held during the Library's Thursday" Storytime. This was read by Children's Director Tom Shrinch under the Nikki Spiegel tree.  This book is available to be checked out that from the Bogota Public Library.
   The next discussion will be on Thursday-18-October and start at 7:00p. This will be Jeff Ryan's   "A Mouse Divided: How Ub Iwerks Became Forgotten, and Walt Disney Became Uncle Walt"   This will tell the story starting, in 1928, about the creation of Mickey Mouse and how Walt Disney went on to form his own company. 
    These are free events, but anyone attending is asked to register with the library in advance.  To register for this event, or for more information please  about this and other Library events visit their web site at :  http://www.bogotapubliclibrary.org/
The Bogota Public library is located at 375 Larch Ave. Bogota, NJ.  

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St. Joseph's Carnival

21-September-2018
   On Thursday-20 September St. Joseph's Church in Bogota open their annual carnival and food festival.  This will continue for three more days until Sunday-23-September. This year the Borough of  Bogota has arranged to close Palisades Ave between E.Main St and E. Ft.LeeRd. As well as the side streets of 4th Pl. and Hill St. Palisades Ave will be closed starting between 5:30p and 6:00p and will remain closed until 10:00p each carnival night.  This allows greater safety for patrons to walk from the amusement area to the food tents without having to wait for traffic. This also lets the gaming booth to facing away from the rides. This extra space allows for a few more rides along and additional seating & tables for dining. The food tents are now along the edge of the lawn which provides a more open area to see what is offered.   

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