The Historic Downtown Special Improvement District (HDSID) has partnered with SILVERMAN to bring back our 3rd Annual Holiday Lighting Ceremony. Thanks to our generous donors, SILVERMAN, the Historic Downtown will be sparkling with lights for this holiday season again.
As many of you know, the Silvermans have been a huge supporter of the HDSID and were able to help make our downtown twinkle for this upcoming holiday season.
Please join the HDSID and SILVERMAN at our 3rd Annual Tree & Menorah lighting ceremony with Mayor Steven Fulop and Rabbi Debra Hachen on Monday, November 18, 2013 at 5pm during the HDSID’s regularly scheduled farmers’ market and 2nd Annual Holiday Market.
Jersey City Public Schools –Area Business Leaders Reporting to the Principals’ Offices Next Thursday Morning
Prominent Jersey City business and community leaders are signing up to serve as Principals for a Day in the Jersey City Public Schools on Thursday, April 18, 2013. Last year 39 Principals for a Day made lasting impressions on the school children, teachers and administrators. The business and community leaders shared a wealth of knowledge and enthusiasm. This year Jersey City business leaders and community leaders are asked to do the same. Sign on to become a Principal for a Day.
In partnership with Jersey City developer Paul Silverman, the event marks the fourth Principal for a Day program in Jersey City. The Principals for a Day will spend their morning shadowing principals as they go about their daily routines in the JCPS. In doing so, they will experience first- hand, the success stories and challenges facing the educators and students in the schools.
The participants and their principals will attend a luncheon in the latter part of June to turn the one-day experiences into long-term, productive partnerships with the schools that will support student achievement.
Please contact Susan Firth with questions, 201-714-2339.
Across from Jersey City’s City Hall a little Octoberfest Om-pa -pa got underway on Friday October 8th, when the trendy restaurant Bar Majestic held its 5th Annual Octoberfest Celebration. On hand for the festivities was master of ceremonies Real Estate Developer and partner of Bar Majestic; Paul Silverman, a few members of the Jersey City Council, The Octoberfest Girls and many people enjoying the wonderful food, music, beer and other libations.
Our River View Observer photographer Newsboi was there and snapped these photo’s…
On Hand for the festivities Council persons Mike Saldano, Willie Flood, Pete Brennan and Bill Gaughran.
Real EstateDeveloper Paul Silverman talks to the crowd about the Octoberfest schedule for the evening. Share