Year in review October - November
The Trinity Church held their first " Blessing of the Animals" so that families could have their pets be blessed by Pastor Olsen.
The Bogota Public Library had October be a Fines for Food Month in which any fines for late material could be paid off in food to be given to a local food bank.
The streets of Bogota which decorated in pink ribbons to show support for Cancer Awareness Month to help find a cure fore Breast Cancer.
The Bogota Lady Bucs Volleyball team Honoured their Senior Capt. Elise Brackett before their last regular season game. With a 2-0 victory over Midland Park the lady Bucs finished the season with a record of 24-1.
The day the snow came. In a very large & powerful snow storm cover the East Coast. Bogota could not escape from it's force this time. Large sections of the Borough loss power as the heavy snow took down trees and power lines through-out the region. Not before the Football Bucs had one of their biggest wins over Harrison as the snow fell around them.
The snow finally stopped and the clean-up started. Once again the Emergency Services & Public Works Dept.of Bogota stepped forward to keep the Borough safe and secure.
Treats after a big weather trick as most of Bogota had it's power restored , and DPW cleared enough streets so that the Halloween Trick & Treaters could go out safely to gather some candy.
St. Joseph Church held a Pipe and Brass concert featuring the Palisade Park Fire Dept. Band and the Mag Seven Pipe & Drum Corp.
Election Day, in some close races Mayor Patrick McHale was reelected & the Borough Council was still held on to by the Democratic candidates.