Jennifer Farrell
Jennifer Farrell
Jennifer Lynn Farrell held the title of Miss New Jersey 2003 and placed in the Top 15 at the Miss America 2004 pageant held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. She competed at Miss New Jersey as Miss Atlantic County and won the pageant on her first try. At the time of the Miss America pageant, she was a 19-year-old Spanish/Education major at Rutgers University. Her platform was Adoption as an Option and she choose this as her platform because she was adopted. Her talent was Ballet en Pointe.
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Jennifer Farrelly, George Fontas
NYTimes - over 3 years
The bride is a vice president at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts; the groom is a senior vice president at Capalino & Company.     
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A vile hate fuels these troglodytes - The Daily Telegraph
Google News - over 5 years
"The law is absolutely not keeping up with a rapid change in social media," says Jennifer Farrell, a PHD candidate in social media and the law. She wants the federal attorney-general to draft new laws for the defiling of tribute sites
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Affiliate Summit East: What's Happening? - ADOTAS
Google News - over 5 years
Allow me to introduce Jennifer Farrell, account executive at AdGent Digital… take it away, Jennie! “Welcome, all of you out-of-towners, to The City that Never Sleeps! What better way to welcome you than with a good old Sinatra line (to throw a little
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Harrison George Farrell - Newton Kansan
Google News - over 5 years
By Anonymous Kyle and Jennifer Farrell of Overland Park announce the birth of a son, Harrison George Farrell, who was born on June 6, 2011, at Shawnee Mission Regional Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Jerry and Carole Stine of Winfield
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Should Schools Still Teach Cursive? - Babble (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Although she regularly uses cursive Jennifer Farrell doesn't think it should be required learning. “I still write in cursive far more than I print. But should it be taught? It's not necessary. As long as someone can print they're golden
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Moms find Anthony trial hard to resist - Tbo.com
Google News - over 5 years
Jennifer Farrell, a Brooksville mother of four, doesn't get it, either. "I try to sit there and watch her," said Farrell, 30, who has commented on the case on a TBO.com chat room. "I watch her to see her reactions and expression
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Clerical error shuts doors of East New York high school for troubled teens - New York Daily News
Google News - over 5 years
"The data showed that the Alpha School attained only 10% of the work plan goals," said OASAS spokeswoman Jennifer Farrell. "The state eliminated funding to prevention programs that could not attain more than 39% of their goals
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Crucial Bronx After-School and Drug Prevention Program May Close - Bronx News Network
Google News - over 5 years
“OASAS eliminated funding to prevention programs that could not attain more than 39 percent of their goals,” said spokesperson Jennifer Farrell. Featherbed Lane, she said, “attained only 28 percent of the work plan goals.” Featherbed Lane staffers say
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GED program for troubled teens set to close after clerical error - GothamSchools
Google News - over 5 years
An OASAS spokeswoman, Jennifer Farrell, said the program lost its funding because of low performance. The program's self-reported accountability data “showed that the Alpha School attained only 10 percent of the work plan goals
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State cuts shut 'place of last resort' - Albany Times Union
Google News - over 5 years
The decision to shut down the program "was based on a very long history of failing to perform and meet OASAS standards," according to an OASAS statement released by spokeswoman Jennifer Farrell. "The agency did not make across the board cuts
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13 News holds mock newscast from its hurricane evacuation studio - WVEC.com (subscription)
Google News - over 5 years
Meanwhile, producer Jennifer Farrell watches the show she wrote in advance about unfold in front of her. Meteorologist Evan Stewart says "They bought a satellite for this specific receiver that will help us predict and see what is going on in the event
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Centennial tops West for region crown - Forsyth County News Online
Google News - almost 6 years
Taylor McWhorter gave the Lady Wolverines a brief 1-0 lead in the second half, but the Lady Knights' Jennifer Farrell capitalized on a defensive mistake to force an overtime in which neither team could find a goal. After five rounds of successfully
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Legions of Bon Jovi Fans Can't Be Wrong. Right?
NYTimes - over 8 years
Tens of thousands of people flocked to Central Park on Saturday to cheer on not only their favorite, oft-ridiculed rock band, but their favorite, oft-ridiculed state: New Jersey. They crossed the Hudson River from Jersey City, Franklin Township and other parts of New Jersey to attend a free concert by Bon Jovi, the rock group from the Garden State
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Head of State Agency Will Resign
NYTimes - almost 12 years
The Pataki administration said on Friday that a state agency's controversial satellite office would close and that the agency's commissioner had announced that he would resign. William Gorman, the State Office of Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services commissioner, said in a letter to Gov. George E. Pataki that he would step down on March 11. Mr.
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Albany Rents Special Office For Senate Leader's Brother
NYTimes - over 12 years
State commissioners and their deputies usually work in Albany or New York City. But the deputy commissioner at the state's Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services -- who happens to be the brother of Joseph L. Bruno, the powerful Republican majority leader of the State Senate -- got a new office this year in Saratoga Springs, closer to his
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Hepatitis C Outbreak Adds A New Woe to Drug Centers
NYTimes - over 12 years
As one of the largest residential drug treatment centers in the city, Palladia Starhill cares for people already suffering from a raft of problems: drug addiction, mental illness, lack of education, H.I.V. infection, sometimes full-blown AIDS. Now, officials at the Bronx center say, a new crisis is beginning to complicate, even endanger, their
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Daily Choice Turned Deadly: Children Left on Their Own
NYTimes - over 13 years
Last Sunday, as her night shift neared, Kim Brathwaite faced a hard choice. Her baby sitter had not shown up, and to miss work might end her new position as assistant manager at a McDonald's in downtown Brooklyn. So she left her two children, 9 and 1, alone, trying to stay in touch by phone. It turned out to be a disastrous decision. Someone, it
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WEDDINGS/CELEBRATIONS; Jennifer Farrell, Thomas Maiden
NYTimes - over 14 years
Jennifer Elizabeth Farrell, the daughter of Brenda Waters of Norfolk, Va., and John Patrick Farrell of Annandale, Va., was married last evening to Thomas Tupper Maiden, a son of Rosalind Tupper Maiden of Englewood, N.J., and Michael Sayre Maiden of Los Angeles. The Rev. James M. Wood Jr. performed the ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church in
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ART IN REVIEW; 'Empire/State' -- 'Artists Engaging Globalization'
NYTimes - over 14 years
The Art Gallery of the Graduate Center, the City University of New York 365 Fifth Avenue, at 34th Street Through July 14 Politically alert Conceptual art has a strong presence internationally, and it is the prevailing mode in this group show organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art's Independent Study Program. Although the work looks cool
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Paid Notice: Deaths MARCUSE, CAROLINE (NEE BEAR)
NYTimes - over 19 years
MARCUSE-Caroline (Nee Bear). Died on June 10, 1997. 92 years old. Wife of the late John Marcuse. Beloved mother of Ann Raymond and Lee Marcuse. Adored grandmother of Jennifer Farrell and Pamela Raymond. Dear sister of Annette Hofbauer. She leaves two great-grandchildren. In memory please send donations to your favorite charity.
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jennifer Farrell
    TWENTIES
  • 2005
    Age 20
    She was also named one of the 2005 Top 40 Under 40 by Atlantic City Weekly.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 2003
    Age 18
    Jennifer Lynn Farrell held the title of Miss New Jersey 2003 and placed in the Top 15 at the Miss America 2004 pageant held in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
    More Details Hide Details She competed at Miss New Jersey as Miss Atlantic County and won the pageant on her first try. At the time of the Miss America pageant, she was a 19-year-old Spanish/Education major at Rutgers University. Her platform was Adoption as an Option and she choose this as her platform because she was adopted. Her talent was Ballet en Pointe. She was the youngest adoption specialist in the United States, an honor given to her by the National Adoption Council. She has interned for the Family Law Department of the Superior Court of New Jersey and was the spokesperson for Safe Haven Laws.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1984
    Born
    Born on August 22, 1984.
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