Known as 'The Little Club That Could' Paramus Sunrise Rotary gave back to the community and internationally. The Paramus Police Department and the Paramus Fire Department were the recipients of $1,000.00 each while $500.00 and some clothes were given to the Mephibosheth school in Ghana. This is quite an achievement for a Rotary Club with under 20 members. The club was able to make these donations because of the support given to it by the residents of Paramus who attend their fundraisers along with fellow Rotarians.
The ICUFR, International Computer Users Fellowship of Rotarians, had a conference scheduled for Portland, Maine at the end of September. Rotarians came from Great Britain, Canada, Georgia, Iowa, New York State and New Jersey. The weather cooperated with clear days and temperatures in the 80's. Arranged by Portland Rotarians Dan and Shirley Mooers, the conviviality was prevalent throughout the work sessions and the tourist visiting areas. All, but a few of the attendees, are in touch with each other on the Internet, every day. A highlight for the New Jersey travelers, George Stephanopoulos was on their plane to Portland. He did not attend the ICUFR Convention.
Houston, TX – [October 3, 2014] – Edible Softwareis launching a new product at PMA Fresh Summit. We will introduce Edible Pick at PMA Fresh Summit on October 18, 2014 at booth #2427. This module places Pick Tickets on an Android, or Windows mobile device with an improved user experience. To learn more about how Edible Pick can increase productivity and add to your Food Safety Practices in the warehouse, stop by booth 2427 (www.ediblesoftware.com).
Red Bull Arena will host the first ever Covenant House Sleep Out: New York Red Bulls Edition, on October 17, to raise awareness and funds for New Jersey’s homeless youth.
The sleep out, presented by Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ), will unite fans of the Red Bulls, Horizon and New York Red Bull employees and local soccer enthusiasts, who will sleep at the arena overnight in support of homeless youth.
We’d like to offer you a unique, positive angle on the anniversary -- one that illustrates how planting the right tree in the right place brings hope and healing back to individuals and communities. And brings neighbors together, builds community, and improves the quality of life.
South Amboy, N.J., October 1, 2014 – DCH Auto Group and The DCH Auto Group Charitable Foundation were honored last night at New Jersey Monthly’s Great Oak Awards. DCH was selected among 56 finalists to receive the inaugural award recognizing businesses for their charitable work.
-- Featuring three leading Northern New Jersey health systems, the “Aetna Medicare NNJ Prime Plan” offers access to high-quality, coordinated care --
PARSIPPANY, N.J., October 1, 2014 — Aetna (NYSE: AET) today announced a new Medicare Advantage plan that will be available this October in 10 counties in Northern New Jersey. The Aetna Medicare NNJ Prime Plan is a Medicare Advantage HMO based on a network of three Northern New Jersey health systems and their affiliated physicians and other health care providers.
Hackensack University Medical Center Foundation is pleased to announce the seventh annual Designer Showhouse of New Jersey will open with a preview party on Wednesday, October 8, 2014. This year’s Showhouse is located at 11 Sawmill Road in Saddle River, New Jersey.
(TRENTON) – Legislation Assembly Democrats Joseph Lagana, John Burzichelli and Carmelo Garcia sponsored to expand the state’s method of government disbursement such as gross income tax refunds or any applicable State and local payments to individuals or business entities was released Thursday by an Assembly panel.
Special Events Scheduled Every Saturday in October and Mall Wide Trick or Treating on Halloween
Paramus, N.J. – October 2, 2014 – October will be scary fun at Paramus Park Mall as it hosts a ghoulish Mall-O-Ween Adventure “selfie set,” with cut-out sections and props. Visitors can let out their inner monster and become part of the haunted photo set during all mall hours throughout the month in the South Court, Sears Wing. Mall wide savings, contests and howlingly hungry food offers will also be available.
October 2, 2014: Three top chefs from New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are set to battle it out during the upcoming Tri-State Food Expo Culinary Competition on October 27, 2014 in Secaucus, NJ, in front of a live audience and celebrity judges.
The first-ever competition will feature three masters of their craft:
“Am Yisrael Buy” Now Available for Download on Smartphones
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J., Oct 1, 2014 – A free application (app) for those who want to support Israel by buying Israeli made products has just been unveiled, downloadable on all major smartphones including Apple, Android and Windows Phone.
Open House At Walter Behnke
Paramus Affordable Housing opened up the registration for apartments at the Walter Behnke Senior Complex. Diane Marichal, Municipal Housing Liaison, and Maria Harkin from her department were present along with Karen Hug, manager of the complex. Visiting the applicants were Mayor Rich LaBarbiera, Councilman Joe Garcia, County Executive candidate Freeholder Jim Tedesco and former Freeholder John Driscoll. The inner building was partitioned by traffic cones so that the residents were separated from the crowd. Marichal introduced the program and explained the availability of the apartments at the Walter Behnke Senior Housing Complex and the new veteran's housing project at 105 Farview Avenue.
Rev. Michael Livingston Leaves Interfaith Worker Justice to Join the Historic Congregation
Morningside Heights, NY - The Riverside Church announced today that Rev. Michael Livingston has joined the staff of the 87 year old church as Executive Minister. He begins work this week as the church prepares to install its seventh Senior Minister, Rev. Dr. Amy Butler, "Pastor Amy," on Sunday Oct 5.
Tenafly - Freeholder Vice-Chair Dr. Joan Voss (Fort Lee) and Freeholder Chairman David L. Ganz (Fair Lawn) were on hand for the distribution of Adult Care Briefs that were coordinated by Marlene Ceragno at the Kaplen JCC in Tenafly.
Over 5000 adult care briefs were given out through the Center for Food Action, BC Cheer Program, Meals on Wheels and the Closter Jewish Family Center Meals on Wheels program.
-Program may help improve overall sense of well-being-
(October 1, 2014, Englewood, NJ) – Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (EHMC) will offer free onsite yoga courses to patients with heart disease, beginning October 14, 2014. The program runs in 10-week sessions – meeting every Tuesday from 2 to 3 p.m. – and will repeat five times throughout the next year. Classes are open to patients being treated for heart disease at EHMC.
(Englewood, New Jersey- September 30, 2014) Bergen Performing Arts Center located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood, New Jersey presents The National Acrobats of Peking, Saturday, November 8th, 2014 at 8PM. Reserve tickets to see the acrobatic performers at www.ticketmaster.com or Box Office at 201.227.1030.
Do you work with adolescents who may be exhibiting signs of school avoidance behaviors? Then you need to register for next week's half-day workshop! School Avoidance: Managing the Complicated Adolescent in the Public School Setting
October 6 - 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
4 Clinical CEUsNote: a previous email incorrectly stated the CEUs.
In this workshop, Dr. Allen Weg will help you to learn how to identify school refusal utilizing specific criteria and assessing the relevant causes and dynamics of a school refusal problems. He will also explore ways to address school refusal problems with relaxation grounding techniques, cognitive restructuring exercises, behavioral contracting and motivational interviewing.