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Healing Garden Opens at Audrey Hepburn Children’s House


The Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at HackensackUMC recently unveiled a rooftop healing garden to benefit patients at the Audrey Hepburn Children’s House.  Located on the first floor of the children’s house, the Healing Garden will provide a place of refuge, and a way for children to experience nature, helping them to mitigate stress and heal.  A recent renovation has turned what was an outdoor patio into a green oasis.
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Assembly Panel Advances Democratic Legislation to Expand NJ Film Tax Credit

Johnson, Garcia, Vainieri Huttle, Lagana & Mukherji Bill Would Restore Christie Cuts to Help Reinvigorate Industry in New Jersey

(TRENTON) – An Assembly panel on Monday gave the green light to legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Gordon Johnson, Carmelo G. Garcia, Valerie Vainieri Huttle, Joseph Lagana and Raj Mukherji that would expand New Jersey’s film and digital media production tax credit program in order to generate jobs, revenue and a slew of other ancillary benefits.

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Credit Union Employees Make Strides Against Cancer

On Oct. 18 employees of Greater Alliance Federal Credit Union and their families participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Ridgefield Park. The credit union regularly raises money for the American Cancer Society in a few different ways. During the month of October, employees were able to donate $2 on Fridays to wear jeans.  At each branch, donations were collected in canisters and pink silly bands were sold to the members.  Finally, anyone visiting the site was invited to make a donation to the American Cancer Society.

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bergenPAC Kicks off November fundraiser for CFA at bergenPAC

bergenPAC Kicks off November ‘Hearty Soup Can Drive’ for the Center for Food Action and George Winston Giving Tuesday fundraiser for CFA at bergenPAC 

Soup Can Drive: November 1-December 1, 2015

George Winston: Tuesday, December 1, 2015

(Englewood, NJ, November 9, 2015) bergenPAC, located at 30 N Van Brunt Street in Englewood NJ is collecting hearty soup cans throughout the month of November to donate to the Center for Food Action (CFA). CFA will also be the recipient of a portion of CD sales from George Winston on Giving Tuesday, December 1, 2015. George Winston’s show begins at 8PM. Tickets are available at www.ticketmaster.com or Box Office at 201.227.1030. 

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Horizon BCBSNJ joins with HolaDoctor in opening new health insurance center in Jersey City

Horizon BCBSNJ joins with HolaDoctor in opening new health insurance center in Jersey City to help Hispanic residents find quality, affordable health coverage

(November 9, 2015, Newark. NJ) – Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) and HolaDoctor today announced the opening of a new enrollment and service location in Jersey City focused on helping Hispanic and other residents obtain affordable health insurance coverage. HolaDoctor Insurance Services, located at 353 Central Avenue, will provide North Jersey residents with one-on-one assistance from bilingual agents who will help them enroll in an affordable Horizon BCBSNJ insurance plan and provide them with ongoing service throughout the year.

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Susan G. Komen North Jersey Affiliate Announces Appointment of Kelly Witkowski as New Executive Director

Kelly Witkowski
Summit, NJ – November 9, 2015 – Susan G. Komen North Jersey announced the appointment of Kelly Witkowski as its new Executive Director.  Witkowski joins the North Jersey Affiliate after serving as Vice President of Development for Metro New York at the American Lung Association® of the Northeast.

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey collaboration with AbilTo Inc.

Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey collaboration with AbilTo Inc. to offer no-cost behavioral therapy to cardiac patients 

(November 9, 2015, Newark, NJ)  -- Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey (Horizon BCBSNJ) today announced an innovative new program to help recovering cardiac patients also heal from the emotional challenges that can accompany heart events. Horizon is collaborating with AbilTo, Inc. to offer therapy services by a licensed therapist and behavior coach -- via telephone or secure on-line video – at no cost to certain Horizon BCBNSNJ members, beginning this month.

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Waldwick Village School Has A Festival

Waldwick Village School The Village School in Wyckoff had its annual festival on Saturday, November 7, 2015. At the request of my friend and fellow Rotarian, Hemish Kapedia, www.ParamusPost.com attended. Wending one's way through Waldwick downtown can be a mite deceptive. Turning on to W. Prospect Street heading west and travelling a few blocks, a railroad runs through it. This requires maneuvering through one way streets and trying to find a cross street. Back on the route, one was discovered that allowed for traverse over the tracks and on to W, Prospect crossing streets.
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Valley Medical Group Adds Ophthalmology Services

David M. Benderson, M.D.
Valley Medical Group welcomes board-certified ophthalmologist David M. Benderson, M.D., adding comprehensive medical and surgical eye care as one of Valley Medical Group’s 30 medical and surgical specialties.

Dr. Benderson is highly skilled in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of ocular diseases and disorders, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, dry eye, cataracts, and refractive disorders (glasses and contact lenses). He has extensive experience performing cataract surgery, including premium lens implants (such as astigmatism-correcting toric implants).

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Berkeley College Hosts 14th Annual Post-Election Analysis Event

Speakers Encourage Civic Engagement 
The 14th Annual Post-Election event hosted by Berkeley College in Woodland Park, NJ, on November 4, 2015 gave students, business leaders and the college community the opportunity to hear the views of experienced political and business experts, including Kevin L. Luing, Berkeley College Board Chairman; John Galandak, President, Commerce and Industry Association of New Jersey (CIANJ); Roger Bodman, Esq., Senior Partner, Public Strategies Impact; and Bill Maer, Esq., Partner, Public Strategies Impact. This was the first time that the majority of the audience were students.

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Mercedes-Benz USA Proves that Homes Come in all Shapes and Sizes

ORADELL, NJ,  November 6, 2015 – All children deserve a place to call their own and thanks to the work of Mercedes-Benz (MBUSA) volunteers, ten local families and nonprofit organizations will now spend fun-filled days in their very own custom-built playhouses.

Over 100 Mercedes-Benz employees spent the day participating in a Playhouse Build with Habitat for Humanity of Bergen County (Habitat Bergen) at their campus in Montvale.

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Registration Opens for Winter, Spring at Bergen

PARAMUS, N.J. – Students from four-year colleges home for winter break have an opportunity to earn transferable credits from Bergen Community College in just 13 days this January. Classes offered include general education staples such as English Composition I and General Psychology ideal for transfer to other institutions.
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Valley Team Walks for Breast Cancer in Ridgefield Park

RIDGEWOOD, NJ, NOVEMBER 6, 2015 — Valley employees walked for breast cancer in the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk.  The annual event took place on Sunday, October 18, at Overpeck Park in Ridgefield Park, NJ.

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The Mills At Jersey Gardens To Host 5th Annual Jingle Bell Run 5K

Elizabeth PBA Local #4 Raises Funds for Children’s Specialized Hospital

Elizabeth, NJ (November 5, 2015) – The Mills at Jersey Gardens, New Jersey’s largest outlet and value retail center with over 200 stores under one roof, and the Elizabeth PBA Local #4 today announced they will host the 5th annual Jingle Bell Run on Sunday, December 6.

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Ron Shindel, Commanding Officer World Trade Center Command, Port Authority Police Force is Distinguished Speaker at Sunset Rotar

Inspector Shindel's 37 years of experience in law enforcement and his easy speaking style made for a fascinating evening as he described for members of the Sunset Rotary Club some of the numerous activities in which the P.A. Police force engages. He is seen here being greeted by club President and long time Ridgewood resident Tom Shea. Inspector Shindel described how the force had grown from just 40 men in 1928, who were hired to guard the Goethals Bridge and Outerbridge Crossing (then named Arthur Kill Bridge) until today when there are over 1700 active P.A. police guarding all of the busy  bridges, tunnels, airports, bus terminals as well as the PATH and the shipping ports.

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Gordon MacInnes President of NJPP Is Distinguished Speaker at Sunset Rotary Club

Mr. MacInnes spoke recently at a regular meeting of the Sunset Rotary Club. He is seen here being greeted by Tom Shea, club President and long time Ridgewood resident. The New Jersey Policy Perspective (NJPP) is a progressive policy institute that advises the government on a variety of matters critical to the efficient and economical functioning of the state. Since 1997, NJPP has played an essential role in advancing progressive state policies.

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CarePlus 2015-16 Workshop Schedule

School Avoidance:  
Managing the Complicated Adolescent
in the Public School Setting
Thursday, November 12th - 10:30 am - 3:00 pm  CarePlus Paramus Headquarters  
Do you work with adolescents who may be experiencing signs of school avoidant behaviors? In this workshop, you will learn how to identify school refusal utilizing specific criteria and assessing the relevant causes and dynamics of a school refusal problem. You will also explore ways to address these issues with relaxation grounding techniques, cognitive restructuring exercises, behavioral contracting, and motivational interviewing.  
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Paramus Council Elections 2015

Paramus Council Elections 2015 I am humbled by the results of this election stated Mayor Rich LaBarbiera. I am in awe of the faith that the residents have placed in the Democratic Party. In particular, I would like to thank PBA 186, who endorsed us and helped in the campaign. It's great to have Council President Verile back and to have Holly Tedesco-Santos coming on board as our newest Councilwoman. It's been a lot of hard work on their part and the results are evident. The people are satisfied with our efforts.
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Dr. Shafiq Rab of Hackensack University Medical Center Named CHIME Innovator of the Year

Hackensack University Medical Center is pleased to announce that Shafiq Rab, M.D., vice president and chief information officer, has received the 2015 Innovator of the Year Award from the College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME).  Dr. Rab accepted the award on October 15 at the CHIME15 Fall CIO Forum in Orlando, FL.

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Statue of Liberty National Monument & Ellis Island

Public Scoping for the Statue of Liberty National Monument New Museum Construction Environmental Assessment and National Historic Preservation Act Section 106

The National Park Service is gathering public comments on a proposal to construct a new 20,000 square foot museum on Liberty Island. The proposed museum would be located in the northwest portion of the island adjacent to the Administration Building and would be built in cooperation with the Statue of Liberty – Ellis Island Foundation. A proposed temporary construction pier would also be constructed on the northern side of the island to facilitate the movement of construction materials to and from the island. Upon completing construction of the museum, the pier would be dismantled and removed.

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