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Humane Society Legislative Fund Endorses Sen. Cory Booker of New Jersey for Reelection to U.S. Senate

The Humane Society Legislative Fund, the nation’s leading political advocacy organization for animal welfare, announces its endorsement of Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J., for reelection to the U.S. Senate. Citing his support of animal protection policies, the Humane Society Legislative Fund urges New Jersey voters to reelect Sen. Booker in November’s general election.
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Chaplains Out, ‘Life Coaches’ In

American Family Association: Florida School That Traded Chaplains for ‘Life Coaches’ Is Violating Constitutional Rights

As students returned to one school in Florida, there was a glaring omission. Books, desks and classrooms remain unchanged, and the cafeteria menu is virtually the same. But chaplains for the Olympia High School football team in Orange County, Fla., are no more. Instead, they’ve been replaced with “Life Coaches” after the school caved in to pressure from an anti-religion group.

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Fresh-to-Market American & European Art on the Auction Block at Skinner, September 19

On Friday, September 19, 2014, Skinner, Inc.  will host an exceptional two-part auction, kicking off at 12PM with American & European Prints & Photography, and continuing at 4PM with American & European Works of Art featuring Paintings & Sculpture. The auctions feature a strong selection of paintings, sculpture, prints, photography, and works on paper ranging from the Old Master prints through modern and contemporary offerings. In addition, several standout works will be sold to benefit local institutions.
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Benefits and Eligibility Focus of Free Presentation for Veterans

FirstLight HomeCare of Glen Rock will be co-sponsoring a presentation to help veterans better understand the variety of benefits that they are eligible to receive through the Veterans Administration. The event will held at 7 p.m. on September 11 at Emeritus at Paramus, A Brookdale Community. While the session is free and open to the public, RSVP is requested by calling (201)-251-9600.

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Greek Style Quinoa and Lentil Salad

Delicious, Easy and Protein Packed

Want a hearty and satisfying salad you can throw together in no time?  I've been enjoying quinoa and lentils all summer long and of course anything tastes amazing with a bit of high quality feta cheese.  As you probably already know, quinoa is a very versatile seed loaded with vitamins, minerals and anti-inflammatory properties. Once you get comfortable making it, you have a great base for so many easy healthy recipes.  Lentils are such tasty easy legumes to add to salads or any healthy plate and equally as rich in health benefits.   Enjoy together and you have the perfect food combo to boost energy, balance blood sugar, heal your gut and satisfy the foodie in you!

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Attard And Ecurie Ecosse A Step Closer To British Gt Title After Finishing P4 At Brands Hatch

 


• Team overcomes 20-second success penalty

 

Ecurie Ecosse Powered By Black Bull and Marco Attard took a step closer to clinching the British GT Championship Drivers’ crown thanks to a hard-earned fourth place finish at the penultimate round of the season at Brands Hatch last weekend (August 30/31). While two of the four title protagonists fell by the wayside at the former grand prix venue, the legendary Scottish squad maintained its 28.5-point lead over Oman Racing Team’s Michael Caine and Ahmed Al Harthy who must now win the Donington Park finale to have any chance of denying Attard. Co-driver Alexander Sims still lies second overall despite missing a round.

 

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September: ShopRite of Fair Lawn Hosts National Cholesterol Education Month & Fall Wellness Events

Programs are Free and Open to the Public

 

FAIR LAWN, N.J., Sept. 2, 2014 – September, which is National Cholesterol Education Month, is a good time to learn about food and lifestyle choices that help people of all ages – from seniors to young Americans and children – prevent or manage high cholesterol. Throughout the month, ShopRite of Fair Lawn, an Inserra Supermarkets store, will host a wellness series led by Dana Gaule, R.D., in-store registered dietitian. The following free events are being held for local residents. All programs are open to the public, held at ShopRite of Fair Lawn and do not require advance registration, unless otherwise noted:

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Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk

The Pancreatic Cancer Research Walk will be held at Bergen Community College on Sunday, Sept. 21st.  Registration will begin at 8:30am with a doo wop group singing.  There will be bagels, Starbucks coffee, water, free t-shirts, cliff bars, face painting and a slide for the kids.  Every dollar raised goes directly to research through the Lustgarten Foundation.  I encourage everyone to attend to help raise funds for the 4th leading cause of cancer deaths in the US which only receives less than 2% of the federally allocated funds.

Jeanne Weber    -mail to:jeanronweb@gmail.com

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Rep. Pascrell Statement on Russian Aggression in Ukraine

PATERSON, NJ – Today, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. (D-NJ-09) released the following statement regarding the increased Russian military aggression in Ukraine:

 

“Today, the President made clear what the world knows: that Russia is supporting, arming, and fighting alongside the separatists,” said Rep. Pascrell.  “While multilateral sanctions are an important part of stopping Russia’s military offensive in Ukraine, we must also ensure the Ukrainian people are able to defend their families and homeland. The United States stands with the Ukrainian people, and I am proud to have helped introduce bipartisan legislation that would authorize the President to provide military assistance to Ukraine and reaffirms our commitment to helping Ukrainians. Even though they are not in NATO, Ukraine is a friend of the United States, and it is unacceptable that we not provide them the means to defend themselves and preserve their territorial integrity.”               

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Hackensack University Health Network President and Chief Executive Officer Take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge


Robert C. Garrett, president and chief executive officer, Hackensack University Health Network and Ihor S. Sawczuk, M.D., executive vice president and chief medical officer, HackensackUMC,  participated in the ‘ALS Ice Bucket Challenge’ on August 20 to raise awareness and support for the ALS Association (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis) also known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease. The two stood near the front entrance of Hackensack University Medical Center, as dozens of people, including employees watched.
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Over 200 Prominent NY Real Estate Professionals Will Golf In Support Of Israel's Soldiers

The Friends of the IDF (FIDF) NY Real Estate Division Golf Outing
September 8, Glen Oaks Country Club

August 28, New York, NY -- Over 200 of New York’s leading real estate professionals will come together for a day of golfing on Monday, September 8 for the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF) NY Real Estate Division Golf Outing.

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Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey earns selection as one of the 50 Best Companies for Latinas

(Newark, N.J., August 28, 2014) – For the second consecutive year, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey has been named one of the 50 Best Companies for Latinas in the LATINA Style 50 Report.

LATINA Style Magazine identifies and recognizes companies that provide the best career opportunities for Hispanic women in the United States. This year more than 800 prominent companies in the United States were evaluated for the LATINA Style 50 Report. This survey paid special attention to companies with programs to recruit veterans and military personnel.
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Freeholders Celebrate Women’s Equality Day


This week, residents from across Bergen County celebrated Women’s Equality Day which marks the enactment of  the 19th Amendment to the Constitution which gave women the right to vote. Freeholder Vice-Chairwoman Joan Voss (D-Fort Lee), Freeholder Tracy Zur (D-Franklin Lakes), and Freeholder Maura DeNicola (R-Franklin Lakes) joined female elected officials and guest speakers in marking the occasion at Bergen Community College for a crowd of over 100 women of all ages.
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Christie Administration Marks 40th Anniversary of the New Jersey Division on Women

TRENTON, NJ - Tuesday, August 26, 2014 marks the 40th anniversary of New Jersey's Division on Women (DOW), established in 1974 as a pioneering state agency for women's advocacy.  The anniversary coincides with the nationally-recognized Women's Equality Day, which commemorates the 1920 passage of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing women the right to vote by celebrating and supporting equal rights for women in their organizations and activities.
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Paramus Police Make Prostitution Arrest


Mei Zhi Zheng
On Wednesday, August 27, 2014 at 6:00 pm the Paramus Police Department and the Bergen County Prosecutors Office Special Investigation Squad (SIS) conducted a joint undercover prostitution operation at #12 North Farview Avenue, 1st floor, Paramus, New Jersey. The investigation resulted in the arrests of 2 individuals for prostitution- related crimes.
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Shake Shack's Labor Day Specials


The sun’s setting on summer, but there’s time for one last taste.    In honor of Labor Day Weekend, Shack Corn Dogs (Vienna all-beef hot dog dipped in Shack-made corn batter, cooked golden brown and served with Rick’s Picks sweet corn relish; $4.50) are back at the Shack, along with Peach Pie Oh My Concrete (vanilla frozen custard blended with a slice of delicious Shack-made peach pie; Single: $4.25/Double: $6.50). Both seasonal specials will be available Friday, August 29-Monday, September 1.
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Every Bag Counts


TEANECK GIRL SCOUT TROOP 19 LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN TO REDUCE THE USE OF PLASTIC BAGS IN TEANECK
Self-Produced Campaign Video to Screen at Teaneck International Film Festival

Teaneck Cadette Girl Scout Troop 19 is launching a campaign to reduce the use of plastic bags in Teaneck.  As part of the campaign, the troop is showing a self-produced video called Every Bag Counts to classmates, teachers, parents, and friends, and at the Teaneck International Film Festival, November 7-9, 2014.  The troop is also collecting signatures for a petition with the goal of persuading the Town Council to ban, or charge money for using, plastic bags in Teaneck.

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Dr. Steve Elias Solidifies FDA Approval of Covidien Technology in China


Dr. Steve Elias
Internationally Renowned Vascular Surgeon, Dr. Steve Elias (MD FACS, FACPh), Director of Center for Vein Disease and the Wound Care Center of Englewood Hospital, NJ, Solidifies FDA Approval of Covidien Technology in China

(Englewood, New Jersey- August 25, 2014)  Recently, Dr. Steven Elias (MD FACS FACPh), Director of Center for Vein Disease and the Wound Care Center of Englewood Hospital, NJ, traveled to China to offer his expertise and ultimately solidify approval of an exclusive Covidien technology by the Chinese FDA.

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NJPAC Stage Exchange: Ironbound

NJPAC Stage Exchange, a partnership with Playwrights Theatre of New Jersey and Yendor Productions, is where cutting-edge new play development meets insightful community dialogue.
Friday, October 10, 2014 7:00 PM
http://www.njpac.org/events/detail/njpac-stage-exchange-ironbound
Reserve your FREE tickets at: http://goo.gl/jWIZbu
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bergenPAC Performing Arts School Announces Free Trial Classes

(Englewood, NJ, August 27, 2014) bergenPAC Performing Arts School located at 1 Depot Square in Englewood NJ announces free trial classes for new students in dance, theater, music, and Music Speaks. Dance, theater, and music free trials are the first week of classes, September 8-13. The Music Speaks free trial is Wednesday September 10th at 10:30am. Contact 201.503.8326 or education@bergenpac.org to sign up. Fall registration is on-going. Scholarships are available for fall classes for qualified applicants. Visit www.bergenpac.org/education for schedules.

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