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Maryann Burton Returns To Instruct Watercolor Students

Ridgewood Parks and Recreation welcomes the return of Maryann Burton to teach watercolors for beginners and intermediate students -

Wednesday mornings, 10 am to 12 noon, at the Stable, 259 N. Maple Avenue.  6 sessions - November 4, (no 11), 18, 25, December 2, 9, 16.  The cost is $95 ($105 for non-residents).

A supply list will be provided during registration online at Community Pass or can be emailed upon request.

Register online at www.ridgewoodnj.net/communitypass (under Village Parks and Recreation) or in person/by mail to The Stable, 259 N. Maple Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450.  The registration form is attached for your convenience. 

Don't hesitate to contact the Recreation Office at 201-670-5560 with questions or if special accommodations are needed.

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College, Google Host Small Business Workshop

LYNDHURST, N.J. – Local small business owners seeking to boost their web presence will get an assist from FUSE – the small business incubator at Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands – and digital giant Google during an upcoming workshop.

The free “Let’s Put Lyndhurst on the Map” workshop will take place Tuesday, Nov. 17 from 5 to 7 p.m. at 1280 Wall Street West. Lyndhurst Mayor Robert Giangeruso will serve as the keynote speaker.

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Enrollment Sites Open for Business in New Jersey; Free, Confidential Expert Help Available

Open Enrollment to sign up for affordable, quality health coverage at HealthCare.gov begins in 4 days and enrollment assistance centers are now open in New Jersey. At the New Jersey enrollment centers, individuals and families can meet for free with trained enrollment specialists to review their coverage options, find out if they qualify for financial assistance, and sign up or re-enroll in a plan that meets their needs. Free and confidential in-person enrollment assistance is available from now until the end of January.

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The Valley Hospital Hosts Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Reunion Halloween Party

The Valley Hospital recently hosted its annual Halloween Reunion Party for children who had been cared for in the hospital’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.  This heavily attended annual event reunites parents and children with the physicians and nurses who cared for them.

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Color Theory for the Gardener

 Presented by Bruce Crawford, Director, Rutgers Gardens

Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at 7:30 PM

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

Many times a gardener ponders why a garden does not have the desired impact that was envisioned when the garden was initially planned and installed.  After carefully selecting the colors that one thought was appropriate for the design, the end result was not as strong or as harmonious as anticipated.  Join your fellow Master Gardeners for a presentation that looks at numerous approaches to using color more effectively in a garden, regardless of whether the garden is designed to calm and pacify or excite and entice!


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3rd Annual Conference of The Consortium for Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking at Berkeley College in Midtown Manhattan

More than 100 college and university faculty and graduate students from around the nation shared best practices on effective teaching and improved student learning when they convened for the 3rd Annual Conference of the Consortium for Critical Reading, Writing, and Thinking (CCRWT) in Midtown Manhattan at Berkeley College on October 23, 2015.
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Hackensack University Medical Center Maintains its Eighth Consecutive “A” Hospital Safety Score by The Leapfrog Group

Hackensack University Medical Center is pleased to announce that it has once again maintained its “A” Hospital Safety Score byThe Leapfrog Group, an independent national nonprofit organization run by employers and other large purchasers of health benefits. The A score was awarded in the latest update to the Hospital Safety ScoreSM, and is the eighth consecutive A rating received since The Leapfrog Group implemented the biannual rating system in 2012.

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Narcan Save in Paramus

On Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at approximately 7:22 pm the Paramus Police Department responded to an unconscious male located in the rear of a local jitney bus that was driving on Route 4 east bound near IKEA Drive.

Paramus Police Officers Dan DeRienzo, Officer David Betancourt and Officer Gregg Hooper arrived on the scene and located the 26 yoa, resident of New Milford, NJ face down on the rear floor of the bus. Underneath the victim were 5 empty packets of heroin.

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Ladies Shopping Event Fundraiser to Benefit Camp Acorn

A ladies shopping event will be held on Friday, November 20 from 12-3 pm and from 6-9 pm at the Bishop House, 176 East Saddle River Road (across from the Post Office).

Vendors will donate a generous percentage of their sales to Camp Acorn, a not-for-profit year round enrichment program that serves children and adults with special needs. 

Located in Allendale, Camp Acorn offers four different sessions through the year with a variety of programs that include creative, educational and social components. 

For more information, contact Maria Harper at 201-248-1947 or Camp Acorn at 201-785-1101.

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Berkeley College Mu Kappa Tau New Jersey Chapter Receives 2015 Commitment to Marketing Award

Beth Castiglia (left), PhD, Dean, Berkeley College Larry L. Luing School of Business and student Irene Kogan of Fair Lawn, a Berkeley College Marketing Communications major and member of the Mu Kappa Tau National Honor Society, display the Mu Kappa Tau 2015 Commitment to Marketing Award. The Commitment to Marketing Award recognizes the chapter for five years of continuous membership as well as commitment to the principles, academic achievement, and dedication to the marketing profession. The award was presented to the New Jersey chapter, whose advisor is Mary Wagner, PhD, Interim Chair, Management, Berkeley College Larry L. Luing School of Business. 
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Eustace Bill to Establish Scholarship Fund for Families of Soldiers Lost, Missing & Disabled in Action Becomes Law

(TRENTON) – Bipartisan legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Tim Eustace to provide scholarships to the children of military personnel who have died, become permanently disabled or are missing in action has been signed into law.

“These men and women are the most honorable among us, as they have dedicated their lives in the name of freedom and democracy,” said Eustace (D-Bergen/Passaic). “We preserve their legacy by helping their families ‘Be all they can be.’”

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Bergen Alumni Honored by Alma Mater

PARAMUS, N.J. – The Bergen Community College Foundation recognized a pair of alumni and a longtime professor at its sixth annual alumni dinner Oct. 22 at Biagio’s. (From left) Dr. Joseph Manno (‘76), of Wayne, became the newest member of Alumni Hall of Fame; Professor Celeste Finney, of Highland Mills, N.Y., earned the “Living Legacy Award;” and Angie Goldszmidt (‘14), of Cresskill, notched the “Rising Star Award.”
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Ridgewood Recreation Fall Session II

Registration is now underway for Fall Session II programs to begin in November:


My First Art with Abrakadoodle - caregivers join as little ones enjoy "firsts" - touching, feeling, hearing, seeing, and thinking while painting, drawing, sculpting, enjoying storybooks, art games and music.  Ages 20-42 months.  Tuesday mornings at the Stable, 259 N. Maple Avenue, beginning November 10th.  $110/6 classes, includes all materials.   

Mini Doodler with Abrakadoodle -  a fun journey with new lessons that inspire creativity to help little ones foster a love of art.  Ages 3-5.  Wednesday afternoons at the Stable, 259 N. Maple Avenue, beginning November 4th.  $110/6 classes, includes all materials.

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Paramus VFW Post 6699 Calendar Of Events 2015- 2016

November 13 Ex. Board 8pm

November 19 Bingo 2pm

November 21 Meeting 10am

November 21 Off Station Party 12pm

December 11 Ex. Board 8pm

December 17 Bingo 7pm

December 19 Meeting 10am

December 21 Bingo 7pm

January 8 Ex. Board 8pm

January 16 Meeting 10am

January 18 Bingo 7pm

January 21 Bingo 2pm

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Upcoming Informational/Educational Medicare seminars

Monday, October 26th


             topic: “The Most Common Mistakes to Avoid in Medicare

            Public Library

            2 Municipal Plaza

            Oakland 07436

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Tedesco Addressed Senate Legislative Oversight Committee

(Hackensack)- On Tuesday, October 20, 2015, Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco addressed the New Jersey Senate Legislative Oversight Committee about proposed Port Authority reform legislation and other Bergen County transportation priorities. 
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Habit Burger Grill

The Habit Restaurants has announced the introduction of a spicyTempura Jalapeño Charburger.

The limited time special is available now through November 24at all Habit Burger Grill restaurants across the country and is priced at $4.95.

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Ingerman Announces the Grand Opening of Ingerman at Wesmont Station

Wood-Ridge, NJ – October 23, 2015 – The Borough of Wood-Ridge joined representatives from Ingerman, NJHMFA and Somerset Development on Friday, October 23rd for the Grand Opening of Ingerman at Wesmont Station, a new affordable rental community in Wood-Ridge, New Jersey.
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Students to brush up on their knowledge with lesson from veterinary dentist

NEW YORK – A group of 30 high school students will get a hands-on demonstration on the proper way to care for a pet’s teeth at BluePearl Veterinary Partnershospital tonight.

The students were selected to participate in the High School Veterinary Career Exploration program, a series of four classes held every Thursday in the month of October by the Veterinary Medic al Association of New York City (VMANYC).

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Emerge New Jersey Is Accepting Applications For 2016 Training Program

Democratic Women Seeking Elected Office in New Jersey Encouraged To Apply 

TOWACO, N.J. – Emerge New Jersey, the premiere political training organization for Democratic women in the state, is now accepting applications for its 2016 political training program.

The 2016 program will kickoff in January and conclude with graduation in June. Over the course of six-months, Emerge New Jersey provides 70 hours of in-depth candidate training to ensure Democratic women are “ready to run” for office after they graduate the program. 

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