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Applications Now Being Accepted for NJ Sharing Network College Scholarship

Scholarship Will Support College-Bound Student Touched by Organ and Tissue Donation 

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – March 30, 2015 – The NJ Sharing Network Foundation is now accepting applications for a scholarship that supports the college education of a student whose life has been touched by organ and tissue donation.

The NJ Sharing Network Foundation Scholarship grants $4,000 ($2,000 for each semester) for the 2015-2016 academic year. The scholarship is granted to students who may be donor family members, transplant recipients, living donors, individuals waiting for organ donation — as well as those who have worked to raise awareness about the life-saving mission of organ and tissue donation.

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Sixth Annual Easter Seals Walk With Me Raises Awareness and Solidarity among Those With and Without Disabilities

– Easter Seals aims to break the Guinness World Record for the world's longest high-five chain. To win, 2,000 participants ages 10 and up are needed to turn to their neighbors and say, "Gimme five!"–

New Brunswick, N.J. – March 27, 2015 – Be a part of history and support a great cause at this year's Sixth Annual Walk with Me and 5K Run. Easter Seals New Jersey’s Walk With Me is a national fundraising event to raise awareness and support for families living with disabilities. During Walk With Me events, individual walkers and teams come together for a day full of entertainment and fun to show solidarity among those with and without disabilities.

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Skylands Stadium Sussex County Miners Baseball Has Big Plans

Skylands Stadium A recent trip to Skylands Stadium yielded a visit with the Sussex County Miners baseball team manager, Dave Chase. Dave is steeped in baseball lore and can spout details for hours, if prompted. His baseball field is not quite ready as yet, but that hasn't stopped him from planning for the future. If one were to visit the stadium now, mud boots would be de rigueur. The field is still recovering from the severe winter and all the snow that has fallen.  Dave is still negotiating for players to fill his roster and to introduce baseball to many new people.

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New report connects reform of New Jersey’s out-of-network health care regulations to significant costs savings for state residen

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey Releases Regulatory Analysis, Launches Educational Website to Educate New Jerseyans on a Key Driver of Rising Health Care in the State 

(March 25, 2015, Newark, NJ) – According to an analysis by Avalere Health, LLC, New Jersey residents could see significant reductions to their monthly premiums if the state’s current out-of-network (OON) regulations are reformed. Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) released the analysis today as well as a website explaining the issue in more detail. The Avalere paper’s findings come at a time when the New Jersey Legislature is exploring how it can address rising out-of-network costs. 

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Paramus Earth Day April 19th

The Environmental Commission of Paramus will be presenting an Earth Day Celebration and concert on April 19th. The event will be held at the band shell adjacent to the Paramus Library on Century Road.  The concert features Tom Chapin and friends. Tom is a three time Grammy Award winner in the category of: Best Spoken Word Album for Children. His songs are perfectly suited for family entertainment and the celebration of Earth Day.
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Cooktique Rhymes With Unique

Cooktique Cooktique rhymes with unique which is befitting for the cooking supply store in Tenafly. Karine Abrahamyan endeavors to have those unique items which are not only utilitarian, but also unique for gift giving. At this time of the year, one can find items that make the perfect gift for Passover Seders.  Special goblets, pestilence items, matzo covers, aprons and napkins are just a few of the many items on display. They are perfect for gifts for the family holding the Seder.  Ask Karine and she will be happy to show you the entire display.
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Skylands Stadium to Hold North Jersey’s Largest Boat Show April 10-12

Forget the snowy weather – boating season is coming soon! All are welcome at Skylands Stadium to check out the great deals on speedboats, ski boats, pontoons, kayaks, canoes jet skis and more
Augusta, N.J. – March 23, 2015 – Skylands Stadium today announced that it will hold the first-ever Skylands Boat Show at the stadium April 10, 11 and 12. North Jersey’s premier boat show will feature speed, water ski and pontoon boats, kayaks, canoes, Jet Ski rentals, boat coverings, propeller repair and more. The event will take place indoors at the stadium, rain or shine.
Presented by Royal Buick GMC, the show will be held in the newly renovated Event Center at Skylands Stadium, 94 Championship Place, Augusta, NJ. All are welcome to come and meet local dealers and enjoy the show from 4 pm to 8 pm on Friday the 10th, 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday the 11th, and 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday the 12th.

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Winners and Finalists Named in New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera 2014 Annual International Vocal Competition

--27th Annual International Vocal Competition Accepting Applications--

(Fort Lee, New Jersey; March 20, 2015) – The New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera announces four winners and seven finalists in the New Jersey Association of Verismo Opera 2014 Annual International Vocal Competition.  José Heredia, a tenor from New York City originally from the Dominican Republic, received first place and a $2,000 award.  Daniel Maimone, a tenor from Kew Gardens, New York, and Chae Seon Kim, a soprano from New York City, were awarded second place and shared the $1,000 prize.  Victoria Cannizzo, a soprano from Millburn, New Jersey, received third place and a $500 prize.

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Englewood Public Library RESCHEDULES Spirit Lives! Author Dr. John Muciaccia for Friday April 10 at 7pm


There is no such thing as death as we know it.  Life is eternal.

That’s the belief of Dr. John Muciaccia author of Spirit Lives! a book that relates the experiences of about  20 professional psychics, mediums, clairyoants as well as more than 15 everyday people who have had experiences with “spirit.” Dr. Muciaccia will talk about his book at the Englewood Library on Friday March 20 at 7pm.
Dr Muciaccia spent almost 30 years as an educator at several New Jersey schools including Palisades Park High School where he taught English and served as Vice Principal.  A private English tutor for adults, Dr Muciaccia’s first book was Thinking in English.  The Hoboken author says he’s had what he considers to be amazing stories from his own life in connection with spirit adding “everybody has encountered spirit at one point in their lives.”
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Lunch At Tom Yum Koong Thai Kitchen

Located in the heart of Hasbrouck Heights at 305 Boulevard, Tom Yum Koong  Thai Kitchen is prepared to serve authentic Thai dishes spiced according to your taste. With an extensive menu, vegetarians can dine there with ease and gusto. Owners Ann and Jeffrey are always willing to accommodate their visitors. The restaurant itself has authentic Thailand artifacts and replicas. a welcome addition in the frigid weather is a black curtain surrounding the storefront entrance door. There were no blasts of frigid air each time a patron came or left.

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2nd Annual Paul Harris Recognition Gala

The 2nd Annual Paul Harris Recognition Gala of Rotary District 7490 was held on March 11th at Seasons Restaurant in Washington Township. Committee Chair Adele Miller introduced the program and the Paul Harris Recognition awards as well as the present Paul Harris members and the Major donors. Past District Governor Joe Laureni introduced Ed Futa, Past General Secretary of Rotary International  and Dean of the Rotary International Representative Network.

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Matsu, A Japanese Epicurean Delight

Located at 140 Broadway in the Hillsdale business center, Matsu is outstanding for its freshly and appetizingly prepared Japanese dishes. Clients come from great distances just to savor the taste of one of the most outstanding restaurants in Bergen County. Their clientele takes in all ethnic backgrounds, many of them there to take home the delectable dishes to share with their family. The street parking is no deterrent.

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Breakfast At VFW Post 6699

Commander Joe Brooks invited all vets to visit the VFW Post for breakfast,' coffee and' on Wednesdays starting at 9 AM. He explained that it gives vets a chance to get together during the daytime under congenial circumstances. While this reporter is a member of the Post, he has never partaken of Joe's offer until recently. It was much easier to attend a morning meeting than the regular evening meetings.

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Sussex County Miners to Hold Pre-Season Exhibition Games to Benefit Non-Profits

Non-profit groups can purchase blocks of tickets for just $5 per ticket, and sell the tickets for $10 to benefit their organizations

Augusta, N.J. – March 9, 2015 – The Sussex County Miners today announced that they will hold pre-season exhibition games in May to benefit local non-profit groups. The Miners will offer non-profits the opportunity to purchase blocks of tickets for just $5 per ticket, and sell the tickets for $10 to benefit their organizations. The benefit games will be held on May 16 against the New Jersey Jackals and on May 17 against the Rockland Boulders, at Skylands Stadium in Augusta, N.J.

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The American Song series at NJPAC

New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), located in downtown Newark, New Jersey, is among the largest performing arts centers in the United States and is the artistic, cultural, educational and civic center of New Jersey -- where great performances and events enhance and transform lives every day. As New Jersey’s Town Square, NJPAC brings diverse communities together, providing access to all and showcasing the State’s and the world’s best artists while acting as a leading catalyst in the revitalization of its home city.

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Broadway’s Best Comes to NJPAC

(Newark, New Jersey-March 10, 2015) New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) presents an evening with Stephen Schwartz & Friends Debbie Gravitte, Scott Coulter, and Kelli Rabke. Stephen Schwartz, the celebrated Broadway composer who gave us the beloved musicals Wicked, Godspell and Pippin will be joined on stage by award-winning vocalists Debbie Gravitte, Scott Coulterand Kelli Rabke in an unforgettable evening of solos, duets and trios spanning the course of his career.

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Pascrell Announces Effort to Make Child Care More Affordable

Bergen County child care costs highest in New Jersey

Englewood, NJ –U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09), New Jersey’s only member of the tax-writing Ways and Means Committee, was joined by Bergen County parents at the Bergen Family Center in Englewood to announce legislation he introduced to make child care more affordable for working class families. The bill, H.R. 964, Working Parent Support Act of 2015, would create a Child Care Tax Deduction more valuable to middle income families.

“The exorbitant cost of child care in New Jersey is becoming an increased financial burden on families, particularly in Bergen County,” said Rep. Pascrell.  “The fact is that our current Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit is woefully inadequate to meet the needs of middle class families.

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary's Guest Speaker, A Wounded Warrior

A Wounded Warrior Sgt. Deven Schei, Retired, is a spokesperson for the Wounded Warriors. To accommodate the much larger expected attendance, the meeting was moved from Doctors Express to the Paramus Borough Hall Council Chambers. Paramus Sunrise Rotary President Janet Pomante had Sgt. Schei and Boro Veterans Officer Sam Casiello accompany Rotarian Mel Fabrikant in the Pledge of Allegiance.  Rotarian Mukesh Malkan accompanied Mel in the recital of the 4 Way Test that the club recites at every meeting.  Introduced by Mayor Rich LaBarbiera, Deven Schei gave a very low key but super powerful and moving speech. He received a standing ovation when he was finished.

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Explosion at 580 Winters Ave Paramus (Updated)

On Friday, March 6, 2015, at approximately 11:51 am, the Paramus Police Department Communications Center received multiple calls of an explosion and fire at the Oradell Animal Hospital located at 580 Winters Avenue.  Initial calls reported that some occupants of the building might be trapped inside.

The Paramus Fire Department under the command of Fire Chief Craig Burrows and the Paramus Police Department responded immediately. The first arriving police and fire units were able to locate all of the missing workers and evacuated them to EMS care. The source of the explosion was determined to be an animal MRI machine located in the animal hospital. There was no fire after the initial explosion. However, there was a small leak of helium which is used as a cooling agent inside of the MRI machine.

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Assembly Approves Eustace 3-Bill Package Taking an Innovative Approach to Combating Hunger

Measures Seek to Put the Billions in Food that Go to Waste Each Year to Good Use

(TRENTON) – The full Assembly on Monday unanimously approved a three-bill package sponsored by Assemblyman Tim Eustace to combat hunger by making good use of the billions of dollars in food that goes to waste every year in the United States.

           The sponsor noted that each year, approximately 40 percent of the food supply in the U.S. goes uneaten due to losses at the farm, retail, and consumer levels.  This wasted food costs Americans $165 billion in retail sales and uses up valuable water and energy resources.  Meanwhile, 49 million Americans, including 16 million children, are at risk of going hungry.  In New Jersey, alone, 1.15 million people, including 375,000 children, are affected by food insecurity.

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