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Andora Family Gift Provides Integrative Therapy Program at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital


PATERSON, NJ [November 11, 2014] – The St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Foundation is proud to announce the naming of the Andora Integrative Therapies Program at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, Paterson, NJ, with a gift of $150,000 from The Andora Family.

“We are truly grateful to The Andora Family for their longstanding dedication to St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center and their commitment to enhancing the spectrum of integrative therapy services that assist young patients at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital,” said Timothy P. Barr, Vice President for Development, St. Joseph’s Healthcare System, and Executive Director, St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center Foundation.

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Skylands Stadium to Hold Dazzling Christmas Light Show Nov. 21-Jan. 10

Christmas Light Show Get in the spirit with magical Christmas light exhibits the whole family will love; drive through one mile of spectacular light sculptures set to joyous music of the season

 
Augusta, N.J. – Nov. 11, 2014 – Skylands Stadium today announced that it will hold a spectacular drive-through Christmas Light Show every weekend throughout the holiday season, featuring breathtaking light sculptures set to joyous holiday music. The light exhibit will showcase picturesque nativity scenes, a twinkling snowflake forest, adorable skating penguins, traditional Victorian scenes, jolly snowmen, a kid-pleasing Santa train and much more including animated scenes and drive-through light tunnels.
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Soft Surroundings Expands to New Jersey

First Store Set To Open In Paramus In Mid-November
St. Louis, MO (November 11, 2014) – Soft Surroundings, a leading multi-channel retailer committed to providing stylish, casual clothing with a comfort fit, the latest in beauty and skincare, jewelry and accessories, and home furnishings to women of all ages, maintains its dedication to providing an extraordinary shopping experience by announcing plans to open its next location at Paramus Park in Paramus, New Jersey.
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Butterflies & BeeGAP (Gardeners Adding Pollinators) Nov. 18, Master Gardeners of Bergen County

County Administration Building

One Bergen Plaza, Hackensack, N.J., 1st Floor Meeting Room

(Home of the County Extension Office)

Refreshments at 7:00 PM; Announcements at 7:20 PM

Do you know the decline of pollinators has become a critical issue as one third of food we eat relies on our pollinators?  Become a GAP, Gardeners Adding Pollinators, gardener as you increase the number of pollinators in your gardens, yards and community areas by providing habitats such as nesting sites and plants attractive to native bees and butterflies.

 

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey to offer nine products on federal exchange for 2015

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey to offer nine products on federal exchange for 2015, including lower premium cost “patient-centered” plan
(November 10, 2014, Newark, NJ) – Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) announced today that it is offering four new products and a total of nine products for 2015 on the federal Health Insurance Marketplace. Among the new plans, Horizon BCBSNJ will offer an innovative patient-centered plan. The new patient-centered plan offers lower premiums and out of pocket costs for individuals who obtain services from one of more than 3,700 doctors in the state’s largest network of patient-centered practices focused on more coordinated care.
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Rick Allen: Angels and Icons


Wentworth Gallery is honored to present, in its Short Hills, New Jersey premiere, Rick Allen’s works from his latest collection entitled “Rick Allen:  Angels and Icons” Rick's art is currently being showcased exclusively in Wentworth Gallery locations throughout the country, and Short Hills is the first stop on the tour.

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Jean Flanagan Appointed Chief Operating Officer of Valley Medical Group


Jean Flanagan
PARAMUS, NJ, November 10, 2014 — Jean Flanagan, a resident of Emerson, NJ, has been appointed Chief Operating Officer for Valley Medical Group (VMG).  Jean has been with Valley Health System for 16 years, and has been a key figure in the development of VMG.  Jean is responsible for the day-to-day operations of VMG, which is comprised of 50+ locations supported by more than 700 employees.

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Berkeley College Celebrates Veterans Day In Woodland Park


Berkeley College student veteran Ryan Davenport, 28, of Paterson recites the Soldier’s Creed at the beginning of his address to the crowd gathered in the Renaissance Hall Atrium at Berkeley College in Woodland Park, NJ, to celebrate Veterans Day today.  During his time in Iraq as a U.S. Army soldier, he drove a truck.
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HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley Announces Plans For New Emergency Department

Hospital Announces New Construction Project to Benefit Local Community

Westwood, NJ – HackensackUMC at Pascack Valley has announced that the facility will submit plans for a new Emergency Department that will double the space currently available to over 22,000 square feet.  The proposed $14 million dollar project will feature a prominent entrance in the front of the facility for the convenience of patients and EMS providers.  The expanded facility will be able to accommodate upwards of 37,000 visits on an annual basis. 

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Kosherfest, The World”S Largest B2B Trade Show

For The Kosher Industry Opens Tomorrow In Secaucus, NJ
Show Dates: November 11 & 12 2014 

November 10, 2014:  In 1989, when Kosherfest launched kosher was a virtually non-existent food category.  The market consisted of a group of mom/pop manufacturers and giants with kosher certification pushing products like gefilte fish, chopped liver, stuffed cabbage and kugel. There was little initiative to promote and expand the category.

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A Christmas Carol


Bergen Performing Arts Center in Englewood, New Jersey Presents A Christmas Carol
Sunday, December 21st 2014 1PM and 4PM

$29, $19, $14

Tickets available at: www.ticketmaster.com or www.bergenpac.org or Box Office (201) 227 1030

(Englewood, New Jersey- November 7, 2014)  Bergen Performing Arts Center located at 30 North Van Brunt Street in Englewood, New Jersey presents A Christmas Carol, Sunday, December 21st  2014 at 1PM and 4 PM. Purchase tickets to see the timeless holiday classic at www.ticketmaster.com or Box Office at 201.227.1030. 

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Jake’s Place Hosts Pet & Family Photos with Santa Holiday festivities dedicated to supporting animal rescue


WAYNE, NJ – In celebration of the holidays and our four-legged friends, Jake’s Place at Rockledge Garden Center is hosting Pet & Family Photos with Santa on Saturday, November 15th from 12PM to 4PM.  This holiday event is dedicated to supporting and promoting animal rescue and will feature photographs with Santa Claus, cat and dog adoptions, doggy goody bags, and specialty rescue shirts and bracelets that support rescue and make fabulous holiday gifts!  
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MacKenzie-Childs Visits Neiman Marcus

MacKenzie-Childs Rebecca Proctor, Creative Director at renowned MacKenzie-Childs visited Neiman Marcus recently to explain the designs and products of her company. Having been with the company for about 20 years, she was very familiar with all aspects of the Aurora, NY based company. Speaking before a small group of interested people, the company offered a light lunch catered by the rotunda next door. Rebecca was able to familiarize the guests with product and satisfied their poignant questions like how the pattern was conceived and their original method of display. Heading towards quality, each product is carefully crafted and the merchandise varies for each segment of the home. Their catalog is now about ¼ inch thick.

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Senior Moments In Paramus At The Joseph Cipolla Senior Center - November

As always, Director Eileen McDowell  has prepared an activity packed schedule. The monthly trip to Atlantic City is scheduled for Friday, the 14th going to Sands Casino. The bus fills up quickly so one had better make reservations as soon as possible. o help with this, Eileen now has an assistant, Ana Jiminez, ajiminez@paramusborough.org. Of course Eileen can be reached at emcdowellparamusborough.org ot 201 265 2100 x 738. Ana can be reached at x 660. The center general extension is 664.  Do not try to contact them on November 11 because they are closed for Veteran's Day.
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Young Cancer Patients Develop Creative Expression through Photography


They gather with a shared history and a depth beyond their years. Pediatric cancer patients treated at the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at Hackensack University Medical Center meet once a week in a sun-filled art studio to express their unique perspective through the lens of a camera.

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Professor Charles Liu Talks About The Stars, Planets and The Universe

 

Members of Sunset Rotary Club – Central Bergen were recently honored to have as their speaker the very distinguished Professor of Astrophysics, Charles Liu from the College of Staten Island, CCNY. The photo shows him being greeted by club President and long time Ridgewood resident, Tom Shea. Despite the complexity of the subject matter presented, Prof. Liu spoke to members in language they could understand which is an indication of Prof. Liu’s extraordinary teaching abilities. 
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Riverkeeper Lauds Volunteers, Citizens for Question 2 Success

NJ voters approved Constitutional Amendment for Open Space funding by nearly 2-1

Hackensack, NJ – Hackensack Riverkeeper Captain Bill Sheehan praised the efforts of both outreach and get out the vote (GOTV) volunteers in the wake of yesterday’s successful passage of Public Question 2 – a Constitutional Amendment that creates a stable source of funding for open space and other state environmental programs. The source is a 4-6% dedication of state Corporate Business Tax revenue which, when directed, will result in upwards of $117 million being raised annually.

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Paramus Sweeps With Democrats Elected

Paramus It was all cheers as the tote board was filled with votes from all the districts in Paramus. Several hundred residents, along with their families cheered as each district vote showed a clear majority for the Democrat Party. Mayor Rich LaBarbiera was humble as he addressed the assemblage and thanked each and every one present for their support. Although he was elated at the results, he still expressed his will to make Paramus a better place in which to live. Many people brought their children along to help with the cheering and the youngsters were not disappointed. It was a night to remember.

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It Was Her First Time And She Gushed Enthusiastically

After ten years, she finally got the nerve to do it. Never having done it before, she was a bit apprehensive which was only normal. Mentioning it at a Halloween party, she was encouraged by a pair of neighbors. They told her that they would help to accomplish the deed. She thought that Mayor Rich LaBarbiera deserved her efforts and would be there for him. She later added County Executive candidate Freeholder Jim Tedesco to her list. The more, the merrier.
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DeeBee’s Organic TeaPops by DeeBee’s SpecialTea Foods named Best In Show At Kosherfest 2014 New Product Competition

New York City, October 30, 2014 --  DeeBee’s Organic TeaPops in five delicious flavors: Tropical Mango, Toasted Coconut, Berries N' Cherries, Minty Mint, & Southern Iced Tea introduced by DeeBee’s SpecialTea Foods of Victoria, British Columbia, was selected by judges today as Best in Show in Kosherfest’s 2014 New Product Competition.  The product also won in the “Frozen Desserts” category.

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