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Wednesday, January 18 2017 @ 02:59 AM EST
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Wednesday, January 18 2017 @ 02:59 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Lauding Mt. Holly school offering yoga, Hindus urge yoga in all New Jersey schools


Hindus have commended John Brainerd Elementary School (JBES) in Mount Holly (New Jersey) for reportedly launching yoga, calling it a step in the positive direction.
Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada today, applauded JBES for coming forward and providing an opportunity to students to avail the multiple benefits yoga provided.

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The Habit Burger Grill Introduces ‘Golden Chicken Sandwich’ Debuting a Fried Chicken Option for the First Time


Available in River Edge, Fair Lawn, Eatontown and Parsippany Until November 22

For the first time ever, Habit Restaurants, Inc. (Nasdaq: HABT) is introducing a Golden Chicken Sandwich nationwide.

The Golden Chicken Sandwich is the perfect addition to The Habit menu that is known for its variety, quality and value.  This Golden Chicken Sandwich ($6.50) starts with a fresh, filleted chicken breast that is hand-dipped into house-made seasoned flour and buttermilk, not just once but twice, before being fried to perfection and custom made to order.

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey to pioneer new approaches to study cancer treatment through collaboration with Nant


New clinical study using GPS Cancer Testing to personalize treatment for certain cancers

(Newark, NJ, Oct. 26, 2016) – Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) and NantHealth announced today the launch of a study in which Horizon BCBSNJ will provide coverage for the GPS Cancer test. 150 eligible patients with certain types of cancer will be tested at leading health centers serving Horizon members.

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New Emergency Department Physician Leadership Announced for St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital


WAYNE, NJ [October 26, 2016] – St. Joseph’s Healthcare System is pleased to announce Marjory Langer, MD, FACEP, has joined St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital as the new Medical Director of the Emergency Department.  In this new role, Dr. Langer will provide leadership and management of the St. Joseph’s Wayne Hospital Emergency Department to enhance the emergency medical services for current and expanding needs of the surrounding communities.

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BAHAMA BREEZE HOSTS RUMBASH FRIDAYS IN CELEBRATION OF RUMTOBERFEST


Enjoy Food and Drink Specials, Live Music, Games and Prizes all Season Long In the Caribbean, the party never ends. The offseason just means it’s time for islanders to let loose and have some real fun. This fall, party like the locals every Rumbash Friday during Bahama Breeze’s Rumtoberfest, a celebration of all things rum.
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ConnectOne Bank Volunteers in Bergenfield for a Day of Service


RIVER EDGE, NJ - ConnectOne Bank, a local bank catering to the NJ/NY metro area, partnered with Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County by sending employees to volunteer their time building at Habitat Bergen’s Bergenfield construction worksite.

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A Trip Down Memory Lane In Paramus Courtesy Of The Paramus Museum


The Fritz Behnke Historical Museum, located at 330  Paramus Road, initiated a trolley trip throughout Paramus. This trip was aimed at the farming background and history over the years. Led by Fred Behnke and assisted by Donna Perkosky of the Paramus Library and Wilma Egg, a former docent at the museum, the bus/trolley did a tour of the historic sites in Paramus with explanations of the farming background. The tour was filled to capacity and could have filled more seats.

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Diabetes Foundation, Inc. Plans Many Free Public Events in New Jersey for National Diabetes Month


NEW JERSEY:  According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 29 million people in the United States have diabetes, but 1 out of 4 don’t know they have it.  National Diabetes Month strives to focus much-needed attention on the importance of successfully managing this chronic disease; and Diabetes Foundation, Inc. (DFI) seizes this opportunity to promote statewide awareness, outreach, and education to diverse communities throughout New Jersey, including the low-income, uninsured, and under-insured New Jersey residents it serves.

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Kids Paint Ferry Frightful Halloween Images on Huge Windows At NY Waterway’s Port Imperial Ferry Terminal


Girls Scouts and Boy Scouts from Weehawken and kids from the Boys & Girls Club of Hoboken painted some ferry frightful Halloween images on the huge windows at NY Waterway’s Port Imperial Ferry Terminal this week to help get ferry customers in the mood for some trick or treating.
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New Concepts for Living Sip ‘n’ Paint Fundraiser


(Maywood, NJ) –  New Concepts for Living will host a “Sip ‘n’ Paint” Fundraiser at Paintbrush Studio located at 49 W. Pleasant Ave. in Maywood on November 11th at 7:30 p.m. to benefit their efforts of enriching the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities.

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'Your Accent is an Asset': Latina Business Owners Encourage Next Generation of Entrepreneurs at Berkeley College


Women’s Entrepreneurship Week 2016

Join the Conversation on Social Media: @BerkeleyCollege #WEW2016 

The future is bright for Latina business owners, according to a panel of Latina entrepreneurs who visited Berkeley College on October 20, 2016, during Women’s Entrepreneurship Week. The panelists, who have made names for themselves in law, publishing, education and management, spoke to a group of 75 Berkeley College students in Woodland Park, NJ. 

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Tedesco Hosts Business Symposium to Help Minority & Women-Owned Businesses Secure More Work With Bergen County


Paramus, NJ – Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco hosted a business symposium yesterday on helping minority and women-owned businesses qualify for and secure more work and contracts with the county entitled “How to do Business with the County of Bergen; One County, Many Voices; A Minority and Women-Owned Business Event.”  More than 100 small business owners and executives attended the 2.5 hour event at The Moses Family Conference Center at Bergen Community College.

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SUEZ Teams Up with Habitat Bergen for their Annual Women Build


RIVER EDGE, NJ, October 25, 2016 – Women from SUEZ, a North American environmental water servicing company based in Paramus, teamed up with Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County for their annual Women Build in Bergenfield. As a world leading environmental company, SUEZ is committed to positively impacting local communities.

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HackensackUMC is the Only Hospital in NJ to Receive National Recognition


HackensackUMC is the Only Hospital in NJ to Receive National Recognition for Meritorious Outcomes from the American College of Surgeons – Four Years in a Row

Hackensack University Medical Center, a member of Hackensack Meridian Health, is pleased to announce that it has been recognized by the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP) as one of 60 ACS NSQIP participating hospitals that have achieved meritorious outcomes for surgical patient care. It is the only hospital in New Jersey to receive this recognition four consecutive years.     

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Superheroes Descend on Bergen


PARAMUS, N.J. – It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s … runners dressed as their favorite caped crusaders at the inaugural “Hero 5K Run” at Bergen Community College Oct. 23. Organized by the Bergen Community College Foundation and the institution’s Department of Wellness and Exercise Science, more than 150 participants helped raise approximately $15,000 for the College’s veterans and students.
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IKEA U.S. Announces “Cook and Eat Your Way,” A Nationwide In-Store Event For IKEA FAMILY Members


Participants Will Enjoy a Day Filled with Inspiration, Ideas, Food and Offers CONSHOHOCKEN, PA (October 25, 2016) – IKEA U.S. is inviting IKEA FAMILY members and their loved ones to join a special in-store event* on Saturday, November 5, 2016 called “Cook and Eat Your Way.”  Keeping in line with the theme of the new 2017 IKEA catalog “Goodbye expectations, Hello you,” this day is meant to encourage people to let go of stressful expectations around the kitchen – from setting the perfect table to baking from scratch.  During the event, IKEA FAMILY members will enjoy fun and inspirational activities to help them break a few food-related “rules,” as well as delicious treats, exclusive deals and giveaways throughout the day. 
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Fashion Designer Carmen Marc Valvo and Neiman Marcus Host Fashion Show in Support of The Valley Hospital


RIDGEWOOD, New Jersey, October 25, 2016 – The Saddle River branch of The Valley Hospital Auxiliary just held its first fashion show fundraiser at Neiman Marcus at Westfield Garden State Plaza on October 19. American evening wear and high-end cocktail dress designer Carmen Marc Valvo hosted the fashion show, showcasing his latest looks and fashions.  More than 50 auxilians were in attendance, and all proceeds were directed towards The Valley Hospital Auxiliary’s $1.5 million pledge.

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Herbally Yours


The Garden Club of Harrington Park invites you to join them at their next meeting on Thursday, November3rd, at 7:30 P.M., upstairs in the Harrington Park Library. 

Guest speaker Patricia O’Brien Libutti, a/k/a The Urban Herban, will present a pictorial lecture titled "Herbally Yours" in which she will discuss the history of many popular plus some little known herbs, their methods of propagation, and maybe even share some special herbal recipes and remedies. 

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Multimedia Artist Ruth Bauer Neustadter to Exhibit Work at Pine Gallery in Fair Lawn, New Jersey


--Opening Reception on November 6--

(Hackensack, New Jersey) -- Hackensack artist Ruth Bauer Neustadter returns for a second time to the Pine Gallery of the Maurice M. Pine Free Public Library in Fair Lawn, New Jersey to present a new exhibition, Go Figure, from Sunday, November 6 to Friday, December 30.  The exhibition will feature expressionistic, bold, highly textured and sensual figurative work, many created from recyclable materials, over the last 15 years.

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THE ELISABETH MORROW SCHOOL GIVES BACK WITH COMMUNITY EVENT: “ELISABETH MORROW GIVES BACK”


To Benefit Center for Food Action

Saturday, November 19, 2016 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Elisabeth Morrow School

435 Lydecker Street, Englewood, NJ 07631

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