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Habitat Bergen, in partnership with Faux Time Design Studio, to host Paint & Wine Night in Closter

ORADELL, NJ, May 15, 2015 – Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County (Habitat Bergen), in partnership with Faux Time Design Studio, will host a Paint & Wine Night on Wednesday, May 27th, 7-9pm at Faux Time Design Studio in Closter, NJ.

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Memorial Services At Paramus Police Memorial Park

Memorial Services At Paramus Police Memorial Park May 15th is known as the day that Police memorialize their departed during the year. Paramus adheres to this schedule and recruited retired detective Sergeant Robert Von Schalscha to continue presenting it. Not only did he present a well staged function, he was honored by Paramus Police Chief Kenneth Ehrenberg for bravery beyond the call of duty. Mayor Richard LaBarbiera praised the police department for all their hard work in keeping Paramus safe. The Invocaation was offered by Police Chaplain Father Larry Evans, a powerful speaker.
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Buddha Teas to Usher in the Next Generation of Herbal Refreshment at the Summer Fancy Food Show 2015

Buddha Teas is excited to bring their revolutionary vision of herbal teas to the Summer Fancy Food Show. A truly unique and bold tea company, Buddha Teas has amassed a staggering selection of over 100 organic tea varieties, made with certified organic ingredients and style ahead of its contemporaries.

Despite being a fairly new competitor in the tea market, Buddha Teas’ forward thinking has garnered them worldwide popularity. Buddha Teas understands that to grab the attention of the show floor this summer, they will have to demonstrate what sets them apart from other tea brands.

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Ridge Ranch Third Graders Produce Talent Show To Help Food Pantry

Ridge Ranch Talent Show Alden Ohlendorf, Greg  Yaghdjian and Chris Conte, third grade students at Ridge Ranch Elementary School organized a food drive and raised money for the local Food Pantry. Although Paramus is a fairly well to do town, some of the population's income took a nosedive de to the depressed market. There is a great need to help support these residents and the three youngsters recognized it. Principal Jeanine Nostrame cheered the talented students and lead the audience in raising the morale of the entertainers. It is encouraging to know that this is Ohlendorf's second attempt in his brief stay at the elementary school to raise money for charity.
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The Allendale Community for Senior Living Earns Advanced Standing Status from New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Service

Annual Survey Assesses Compliance with State Standards of Care

ALLENDALE, N.J.  May 15, 2015 – The Atrium and Carlton Court Assisted Living at the Allendale Community for Senior Living have attained Advanced Standing status in their annual inspection. Advanced Standing is a quality distinction based on rigorous performance standards for licensed assisted living facilities in the state of New Jersey.

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NJ Sharing Network to Hold 5thAnnual Celebration of Life 5K Walk and USATF Certified Race on June 7

Thousands Expected in New Providence in Support of Organ and Tissue Donation and Transplantation 

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – May 15, 2015 – NJ Sharing Network is gearing up for its signature event of the year, the Annual 5K Celebration of Life, which attracts thousands of participants to New Providence each June to support its mission of saving and enhancing lives through organ and tissue donation.

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Author Kevin Woyce Brings “Manhattan Bridges” Talk to the Englewood Public Library

(Englewood, NJ) We cross them by car, bus or foot.  They take us to work, school, and play. But how much do we really know about the 20 bridges that link the island of Manhattan to the boroughs of Brooklyn, Queens, and the Bronx, as well as New Jersey?
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Report shows that over half of NJ fourth-graders are behind academically

JerseyCAN releases its ‘State of New Jersey Public Education’ report
Trenton, NJ. — JerseyCAN: The New Jersey Campaign for Achievement Now today released its ‘State of Public Education’ report: a comprehensive compilation of user-friendly information about New Jersey public schools in 2014. The interactive, online format allows users to see a snapshot of what’s happening in the state’s schools and examines a variety of markers to show how the state’s students and education system perform.
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Chavez For Charity Hosts "Make Your Own Bracelet Day" At St. Joseph's Children's Hospital

PATERSON, NJ [May 14, 2015] – Chavez for Charity (CfC) co-founders, Julie Marie Chavez and Joe Cerbo, along with several members of their team, paid a visit to St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital. The Verona-based company, best known for its colored bracelets that support 20 different charities, organized a “Make Your Own Bracelet Day” at the hospital to help raise the spirits of children currently receiving care.

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Book Buggy Brings Supports To NICU Families

PATERSON, NJ [May 14, 2015] – Adelyn's Book Buggy donated close to 300 books to the St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and  Pediatric Intensive Care Unit. Dina Jo and Ryan Bradley (pictured), Co-Founders, donated the mini library in hopes that the books “will help to bring other families their family love, hope, strength and comfort, as it did to our family.”

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Lipizzaner Stallions & Horses of the World to Perform at State Fair Meadowlands

The show will feature the stunning Royal Lipizzaner breed, as well as Friesian sport horse stallions and a dancing Andalusian horse

East Rutherford, NJ – May 14, 2015State Fair Meadowlands, the largest fair in the New York metro area with over 150 rides and attractions, today announced that for the first time ever, it will be welcoming the Lipizzaner Stallions & Horses of the World Show, featuring the stunning Royal Lipizzaner breed, as well as Friesian sport horse stallions and a dancing Andalusian horse. The fair runs June 19 through July 5, at the State Fair Meadowlands Fairgrounds, next to MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford.

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In Any Language, Bergen Students a Success

Isra Eldosougi
PARAMUS, N.J. – Two Bergen Community College students have received a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) to study “need languages” as part of multi-week language institutes in Jordan and Japan. Fewer than 10 percent of applicants earn entry into the federally sponsored program, according to the most recent data from the Department of State.

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Paramus Veterans Service Officer Sam Casiello Lists Veterans Activities

Friday, May 15

12:30 PM .. Military Appreciation Month, Bergen County Administration Building, One                    Bergen County Plaza

6PM .. Paramus Police Memorial Ceremony, Police Headquarters. Veterans are asked to appear and show support for their brothers in blue.


Sunday, May 17

9:15 - 11:30 AM ..  Jewish Community Center, Forest Avenue & Spring Valley Road, Breakfast with Harry Ettlinger "Monument Man'.

Dumont Elks, Flag Retirement Ceremony. Call Chip Morgan @ 201 527 5225 for details

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Bergen County Overpeck Park High School Band Festival to be Held on May 19 at 7 p.m.

Hackensack, NJ -- The Bergen County Parks Department and the Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs will present the 4th annual Bergen County High School Concert Band Festival at the Overpeck Park amphitheater, 199 Challenger Road,  Ridgefield Park, on May 19 at 7 p.m.

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Upper Saddle River, N.J.—May 13, 2015 -The Watoto Children’s Choir, a group of 18 orphans from Uganda, will present their new production Oh, What Love in Upper Saddle River May 23-24. The performances will be held at Bergen Highlands United Methodist Church at 318 West Saddle River Rd. on Saturday, May 23 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, May 24 at 10 a.m. Performances are free and open to the public.

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Boards of Hackensack University Health Network and Meridian Health Approve Merger

May 12, 2015 – New Jersey – Meridian Health and Hackensack University Health Network announced today that they have signed the definitive agreement for the two health systems to merge and become Hackensack Meridian Health.  The agreement follows nearly seven months of due diligence during which time a thorough review of clinical, regulatory, service, and financial issues occurred. The merger still requires state and federal regulatory clearance, which the health systems expect within the next nine to twelve months.

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Ben Vereen Bergen-Bound

Ben Vereen
PARAMUS, N.J. – Tony-winning American actor-icon Ben Vereen will close the 2014-15 “Curtain Up!” series at the Bergen Community College Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre.

Vereen, who has appeared on Broadway and throughout the world in such shows as “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Pippin” and “A Christmas Carol,” plays Bergen Friday, May 29 at 7:30 p.m.

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4th Annual Susan Zabransky Hughes Memorial Run

(Saddle River, NJ) On April 25, under bright, sunny skies, the 4th Annual Susan Zabransky Hughes Memorial Run was held in memory of the Saddle River resident who lost her battle with cervical cancer in July 2011 at the age of 46.
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~ Hunter Douglas Offers Exciting Introductions for Spring ~

                PEARL RIVER, N.Y., May 11, 2015 – Form and function equals great design. This spring’s introductions from Hunter Douglas, the world leader in custom window fashions, are just that, a seamless blend of form and function that translates to a stylish design statement at the window.  These products show, once again, that at Hunter Douglas, window dressing truly is an art form. 

            Highlights of the new offerings include: 

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New York and New Jersey Health Access Summit Assembles Leadership from both a Federal and a State-based Exchange

in a First of its Kind Forum

Health and Human Services Regional Director brings both states together to share best practices for expanding access to care and reducing the rate of the uninsured thanks to the Affordable Care Act (ACA).

New York, NY – May 11, 2015 – Both New York and New Jersey have exceeded the national average for reducing the uninsured population since the inception of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Medicaid expansion, and leaders from both states convened to discuss best practices. Both states have expanded Medicaid, and while New York operates a state-based exchange and has collectively expanded coverage to over 2 million residents, New Jersey participates as a federal exchange, and collectively has reached over 700,000 residents.

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