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Cooktique Reinvents Itself On A Regular Basis

Cooktique When Karine Abrahamyan left her position at a posh department store, it was to better offer her knowledge to the public. Intensive searching brought her to the Cooktique store in Tenafly  located at 9 W. Railroad Avenue. Her sense of artistry saw this overcrowded, overstuffed gadget store as the perfect outlet for the higher class merchandise that she had become accustomed to dispense. Boldly striking out, along with her family and enlisting the aid of her friends, Karine purchased the store and began to gradually change its demeanor. She also used her contacts, such as a personal relationship with Michael Aram, well known designer, to upgrade Cooktique.
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State Fair Meadowlands About To Start


One would hardly believe that the congenial owner, Al Dorso, pictured here is getting ready to start the 30th Meadowlands Fair. http://njfair.com/. Al, a longtime veteran of the amusement industry has a keen mind that enables him to head up over 15 businesses, one of which is the new Can Am League Sussex County Miners, a minor league baseball team. www.sussexcountyminers.com
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Mariner's Bank Soar for Success Scholarship


Jadalee Vega and Carla Lopez of Hackensack High School Are Recipients Of Mariner's Bank Soar for Success Scholarship for Continuing Education

(Cresskill, New Jersey – June 17, 2016) Mariner's Bank is pleased to announce Jadalee Vega and Carla Lopez, of Hackensack high school's 2016 graduating class, as recipients of the Mariner's Bank Soar for Success Scholarship for Continuing Education. Understanding the rising costs of tuition, Mariner's Bank is happy to play its part in supporting well deserving students in our community. We wish them much success in their future endeavors. Proudly presenting the awards is Karen Whalen, Vice-President and Branch Manager for Hackensack location on Essex Street.

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Stockton’s Student Outcomes Symposium Shares Best Practices to Improve Services

Galloway, NJ – More than 200 higher education leaders convened to share best practices at the Student Outcomes Symposium, hosted by the William J. Hughes Center for Public Policy at Stockton University on June 15. The symposium explored students’ academic success, workforce preparation and civic participation, and was attended by career counselors, academic advisers, admissions counselors and employers from 32 colleges and universities.
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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey receives U.S Secretary of Defense “Pro-Patria Award”

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey receives U.S Secretary of Defense “Pro-Patria Award” for its support of National Guard and Military Reservists

(Newark, NJ – June 16, 2016) – For the second time in the last three years, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) has received the Pro Patria Award – an honor bestowed by the U.S. Secretary of Defense to employers that distinguish themselves for their support of workers who also serve in the National Guard or Military Reserve.  The award was presented to Horizon BCBSNJ during a special ceremony last week at the Hilton Garden Inn in Hamilton.

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Paramus Holds Fourth Annual Weight Loss Challenge


PARAMUS, NJ, June 16, 2016 - The town of Paramus recently concluded its Fourth Annual Weight Loss Challenge. A record 50 percent of participants completed the challenge this year, losing 935 pounds combined during the 12-week program.  The event was sponsored by the Mayor’s Wellness Campaign, The Valley Hospital, the Paramus Board of Health, Gold’s Gym, and the Bergen County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP).  
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Berkeley College Celebrates 7th Annual Community Service Day on Friday, June 17

Approximately 350 Berkeley College faculty, staff, alumni and students will volunteer more than 1,300 hours of community service at sites in New Jersey and New York
This Friday, June 17, Berkeley College celebrates its 7th Annual Community Service Day. Throughout the day, faculty, staff, alumni and students of Berkeley College will be volunteering at nearly 30 service-based organizations in New Jersey and New York.

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New Jersey Department of Health Deputy Commissioner Visits St. Joseph's WIC Clinic To Promote #ZAPZIKA Campaign


PATERSON, NJ [June 16, 2015] As part of the #ZapZika campaign — A State Health Department public education campaign to explain the risk of the Zika virus to pregnant women — on Tuesday, June 14, Deputy Commissioner Dr. Arturo Brito, a bilingual pediatrician — met with clients, pregnant women and staff at the St. Joseph’s Healthcare System Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC) office. 
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Bergen Family Center and National Council of Jewish Women Bergen County Section Announce Expanded Infant-Toddler Program


(Englewood, New Jersey - June 15, 2016) The National Council of Jewish Women recently selected Bergen Family Center (BFC) to be a recipient of a $20,000 bequest by long time member, Renee Guller. The bequest will provide the funding to create the National Council of Jewish Women/ Renee Guller Infant Toddler Center at the agency’s Armory Street location, and increase the capacity to serve additional infants.
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High Schoolers Find “Write” Words in College Contest


PARAMUS, N.J. – From more than 250 submissions of high school juniors and seniors, six Bergen County students claimed first-place honors in the 40th annual Bergen County High School Writing Contest sponsored by the Bergen Community College English department. The contest, co-directed by Bergen professors Geoffrey Sadock, Ph.D., and Peter Helff, featured six categories of submissions – scholarly essay, poetry, personal essay, short story, drama and recent American – judged by Bergen faculty. The work of 18 finalists became part of the College’s literary journal, “Pegasus,” published annually in June. The first place winners are, from left:
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Valley’s For Integrative Medicine Featured at “Ask the Expert” Event


On Wednesday June 8, representatives from Valley Medical Group’s Center for Integrative Medicine participated in a panel presentation called “Ask The Integrative Health Experts: A Body & Mind Prescription to Health & Wellness.  The event was hosted by Kula for Karma at the Indian Trail Club in Franklin Lakes.  Integrative medicine experts on the panel included (from left to right): Benita Burke, M.D., FACC, a board-certified integrative medicine practitioner and Medical Director, Valley’s Heart Care for Women; Stacey Antine, M.S., RDN; Diego Coira, M.D.; Jennifer Graf, LCSW; Charlotte Stone, RYT; and Jodie Katz, M.D., Medical Director of Valley’s Center For Integrative Medicine.

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Valley Participates in “Relay For Life” Event in Paramus


Receives Recognition for 15 Consecutive Years of Participation

Valley Health System participated as a team in the American Cancer Society’s “Relay For Life” event in Paramus, raising over $25,000 this year to beat cancer!  The two-day event held at Paramus High School started the evening of Friday, June 10, and concluded the morning of Saturday, June 11.  

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Gottheimer: Congress must close loophole that allows suspected terrorist buy guns

Garrett votes to protect gun rights of possible terrorists on FBI No-Fly List

PARAMUS – In the wake of the worst mass shooting in our nation’s history and deadliest terrorist attack since 9/11, Josh Gottheimer today called on Congress to immediately close the gun loophole that allows potential terrorists on the FBI’s no-fly list to still purchase a firearm.

The call to action comes after yesterday's vote where Tea Party Scott Garrett blocked legislation that would have prevented anyone on the FBI’s no-fly list from purchasing firearms, including the assault weapon used in Orlando on Saturday. This vote comes after Garrett voted to keep the no-fly list loophole open a total of 11 times last year.

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NICU Families Honor Dr. Frank Manginello and his Magical Years at Valley


Ridgewood, New Jersey, June 15, 2016 – The Valley Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and the members of Valley’s NICU Patient Family Support Program hosted a fabulous evening on the runway at the 2nd Annual NICU Fashion Show and Tricky Tray Fundraiser, A Night of NICU Magic. 
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Stepping Out to Cure Scleroderma Annual Walk June 19th in Overpeck Park

BINGHAMTON, NY— The Scleroderma Foundation / Tri-State Chapter will hold its will hold its annual Stepping Out to Cure Scleroderma Ridgefield Park walk in Overpeck Park (199 Challenger Road, Ridgefield Park) on Sunday, June 19, 2016.   Registration and check-in start at 9 a.m. and the 1.5 mile walk begins at 10:30 a.m.     

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The Elisabeth Morrow School Celebrated 85 Years Black and White Ball Gala


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The Elisabeth Morrow School Celebrated 85 Years Black and White Ball Gala honored long time teacher and Englewood resident Carolyn Milne as well as The Summer String Festival’s 20 Years

(Englewood, New Jersey – June 13, 2016) The Elisabeth Morrow School celebrated 85 years at its annual spring gala, a Black and White Ball, on Saturday, May 21st at The Rockleigh. The gala honored long-time teacher and Englewood resident Carolyn Milne as well as The Summer String Festival, now celebrating its 20th year in existence.

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U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Calls Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey “Marketplace Success Story”

(Newark, NJ -- June 13, 2016) – The U.S. Department of Human Services (HHS) last week spotlighted Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) as one of the nation’s Affordable Care Act (ACA) success stories, inviting the company to a Washington D.C. forum to present the practices and strategies that boosted its membership to record levels, particularly among previously uninsured consumers. The forum on Thursday, as well as an HHS Blog, spotlighted Horizon BCBSNJ success in the context of the Federal Marketplace being “a laboratory for innovations and strategies that are helping us build a better health care system.”

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'Take 2, Bergen': Bergen LEADS to Present the County's History and Future in the Film Industry on June 14


(Bergen County, New Jersey; June 13, 2016) -- Nearly a century ago, Bergen County, New Jersey was a powerhouse in the motion picture business.  At one time, Fort Lee boasted 17 studios and a who's who of leading actors and actresses making films in the borough, including Pearl White, Fattie Arbuckle, Mary Pickford, members of the Barrymore family and many others.  In recent years, Law & Order SVU filmed several episodes in various locations in Fort Lee.

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Newark, Trenton to Receive Millions in Federal Grants to Reduce Lead Hazards

NEWARK, N.J. – U.S. Senators Bob Menendez and Cory Booker announced today that Newark and Trenton will receive millions in federal grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to reduce lead hazards in public housing and protect children and families from the health risks associated with exposure to high levels of lead.  

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Horizon named to Diversity MBA Magazine’s "Best Places for Diverse Managers and Women to Work"

(Newark, NJ, June 9, 2016)  - Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey has been named by Diversity MBA Magazine as one of the nation’s top employers for diverse managers and women.  The magazine ranked Horizon BCBSNJ No. 9 among its national list of Best Places for Diverse Managers and Women to Work.  This is the seventh consecutive year that Horizon BCBSNJ has been honored by Diversity MBA Magazine for its diverse workplace policies and programs.

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