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Friday, February 24 2017 @ 05:34 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, February 24 2017 @ 05:34 AM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Joy For Japan Lunch Fundraiser


Joy For Japan
When news of the tsunami reached Samantha Ang, she immediately got busy trying to figure out a way that she could help. Contacting her friends and enlisting the aid of her parents, she held a fundraising lunch at Midland School in Rochelle Park. The event raised eighteen hundred dollars and was supplemented by eleven hundred dollars that she sought from her friends and families.

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State Fair Superstore Adapts To The Season


State Fair -
With summer soon approaching, The State Fair Superstore at 229 Main Street in Belleville is changing over to outdoor furniture, umbrellas and barbeques. Tastefully set within the one store, the visitor can see the equipment set in a natural background against the wall murals. As owner AL Dorso explained to me, they change the merchandise and selling areas to accommodate seasonal changes. Next on the list would be Halloween followed by Christmas items.

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Mayor and Council Meeting 5-10-11


Mayor and Council Meeting 05-10-11
Filling the Council chambers were the members of the Paramus High School Freshman Baseball team, their coaches and parents. Mayor Rich LaBarbiera, an avid sports fan, gave the team members and their coaches awards for winning the trophy in their league. He congratulated Pat Warburton, their present coach, on winning the tournament, a coup after 39 years of drought. Mayor LaBarbiera also presented award certificates from Senator Bob Gordon, Assemblywomen Connie Wagner and Joan Voss.

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Breaking: Kenya Investigated Obama 'African Birth'


Documents obtained by WND indicate the Kenyan government investigated the possibility that President Obama was born in the East African nation.

Two letters purportedly written by Kenya's immigration secretary during the 2008 U.S. presidential election campaign stated that officials in Nairobi could not find evidence Obama was born in Kenya. But the official said the government had "information" that relevant birth records may have been removed or were missing.

Emmanuel Kisombe, the permanent secretary in the Ministry for Immigration and Registration of Persons, wrote a letter in July 2008 in reply to a letter from the U.S. ambassador in Nairobi that raised the possibility with Kenyan officials that Obama was born in their country.

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Stop Complaining and Slow Down



Connie Schultz

It's not often that a columnist has the opportunity to alienate friends, family and total strangers with the same 700 words, so I'm going to take a deep, cleansing breath and try to savor the synchronicity of it all. Listen: Stop whining about the traffic cameras. If you don't want a ticket for speeding or running a red light, then don't speed or run a red light. It really is that simple -- here in Cleveland, and wherever else you may be driving in America.

I've heard all the arguments in opposition. Over and over. 

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May is Better Hearing and Speech Month



Audiology

Hearing Tests are Available at Montclair State’s Center for Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology in Bloomfield

Since 1927, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association has celebrated Better Hearing and Speech Month each May. Montclair State University’s Department of Communications Sciences and Disorders believes this is a good time to consider having your hearing tested at its Center for Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology and determine if you are one of the estimated 28 million Americans who have a hearing loss that can be treated.

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Corsi: Hawaii Detective Charges: 'Birth Certificate' A Fraud


HONOLULU, Hawaii - A private investigator claims employees of the state Department of Health forged three Hawaiian birth certificates for Barack Obama to "screw with birthers." Takeyuki Irei told WND one document placed the birth at Kapiolani hospital, another at Queens Medical Center and a third in Kenya. The 57-year-old detective, who has been a P.I. since the 1980s, said he was stunned when he discovered that the purported copy of Obama's original birth certificate released by the White House was more or less an exact image of one of the forgeries.

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iBike Dash Cc Wireless Cycling Computer And iBike Phone Booth Bicycle Mount Now Available At All Apple Retail Stores



iBike Phone Booth

iPhone/iPod touch-Based Fitness Coaching System for your Bike Calculates, Speed, Distance, Ride Time and More to Safely Get You into Shape
– Works as Your Own Personal Fitness Trainer –

Velocomp LLP, www.iBikeDash.com, a leading sports technology company and creator of the iBike® Dash line of cycling computers and power meters, announced that the iBike Dash CC (Cycling Computer) and new iBike Phone Booth Bicycle Mount are now available at all Apple retail stores, starting today.

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The Riebesell Chiropractic Office 8th Annual Food Drive


“SPRING” AHEAD TOWARD OPTIMAL HEALTH! ~The Riebesell Chiropractic Office 8th Annual Food Drive~

It’s been a very harsh winter, but Spring is here !
To celebrate the season, we are holding a special event in our office.

All new patients who schedule appointments through May 14th receive their entire first visit at no cost in exchange for a donation to
our *food drive! (includes consult, computerized health & stress scans & x-rays(if necessary) – a $180.00 value).

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"Going Green" by The Master Gardeners Of Bergen County


THE MASTER GARDENERS OF BERGEN COUNTY Meeting & Presentation: “Going Green”

At the next meeting of the Bergen County Master Gardeners, there will be a special presentation on Going Green: Green Roofs & Green Walls by Leslie Billera and Greensulate Project Designers.
Green building, roofs and walls, are increasingly recognized as a vital component for a sustainable, healthier future. Building green can stem the ill effects of increased urban temperatures, decrease storm water overflows, shrink carbon footprints and reduce industry waste.

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Montclair State Announces 2011 Commencement Speaker


Montclair State to Award Honorary Degree to Univision Television Host Raúl de Molina Richard D. Parsons to Receive Honorary Degree From School of Business

Montclair State University will confer 3,931 degrees in science and mathematics, humanities and the social sciences, business, the arts, and education at the 2011 Commencement exercises on Friday, May 20, 2011 at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The University will award 2,901 baccalaureate degrees, 1,013 master’s degrees, and 17 doctoral degrees at the event.

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Rochelle Park Police Public Service Message


Our police department has received complaints from residents who believe they are about to be scammed. Residents are receiving letters at their homes addressed directly to them and postmarked in Canada. The letters tell them they they have won a lottery sweepstakes. To make everything appear legitimate, the resident also receives a check made out directly to them for a large sum of money, usually $4,000.00 or more, and advising that this money has been deducted from their winnings, which could be in the millions. They are instructed not to cash the check until calling a provided phone number. After making the call, the person is instructed to wire a money gram or Western Union money order to pay for "taxes." This is a scam.

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$18,220 Raised For Developmentally Disabled By K Of C With Oritani Charitable Foundation Matching Grant


The Annual Fund Drive, April30-May 1, run by Mother Seton Council #5427 of the Knights of Columbus raised $9,110 to aid developmentally disabled children and adults. Donations were collected from car to car by Brother Knights. Drivers and passengers at the intersections of Pascack Road and Washington Ave (near Seasons Restaurant) and Pascack Road and Ridgewood Road (near Bacari Grill) were particularly generous, gracious, and patient. Shoppers at the Washington Town Center responded in similar fashion.

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New York Giants to Host Youth Camps



NY Giants Youth Camps

New York Giants to Host Non-Contact Youth Camps in 28 Tri-State Communities
This summer, the New York Giants will offer 29 non-contact football camps in 28 communities. Each five-day camp runs Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Camps are available to kids ages 6 to 14 years old. 

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Live Wire By Harlan Coben



Live Wire By Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben is one of those authors who has the rare gift of holding his reader’s attention without the need for literary pushing! His books hold the attention and the intrigue of the reader and develops into one of those “I couldn’t put the book down” statements. Live Wire holds that truth: this Myron Bolitar novel is no exception.

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Hispanic Business Council Scholarship Foundation of NJ, Inc. to Hold 20th Annual Scholarship Gala


The Hispanic Business Council Scholarship Foundation of NJ, Inc. (HBCSF) announces that $40,000 in scholarships and book stipends for current college and college-bound Hispanic students from New Jersey will be awarded on Thursday, May 12, 2011 at the organization’s 20th Annual Scholarship Gala, “Developing Future Leaders”.

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Bergen Community College Recognizes Students for Literary Excellence - 2011 Edition of The Labyrinth, Literary Journal


Bergen Community College announced the winning authors and artists who publish The Labyrinth, the College’s literary journal, at an evening reception on Thursday, April 28, 2011. This year’s edition features 38 works by 23 student authors.
Students submit their fiction, poetry, memoir, visual arts and photography pieces to The Labyrinth’s faculty advisers, Bergen Professors James Zorn and Dorothy Altman, who work with a student editorial board to select entries from hundreds of submissions for inclusion in the publication. Student editors then compile and oversee the production of the journal.

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Solatube International Inc. Celebrates 20th Anniversary and Unique Installations at Lightfair



Solatube Daylighting Systems installed above an aquarium to provide natural light for the fish and coral.

Solatube Daylighting Systems on display in Philadelphia, May 17 – 19. Solatube International Inc., the worldwide leading manufacturer and marketer of Tubular Daylighting Devices (TDDs), will celebrate its 20th Anniversary at Lightfair International 2011, May 17-19, booth # 3024.

Some of the milestones over the past 20 years include:

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NY Ranger Sean Avery Joins HRC’s “New Yorkers for Marriage Equality Campaign”


The NHL Star Supports Equality for All New Yorkers
New York Rangers left wing Sean Avery has teamed up with the Human Rights Campaign – the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization – in a new video for its “New Yorkers for Marriage Equality” campaign. In the video, Avery explains, “I treat everyone the way I expect to be treated, and that applies to marriage.” The campaign, which raises the public profile of marriage equality in New York, can be viewed online at www.hrc.org/NY4marriage.

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Hey, Mom: When Will I Stop Missing You?



Connie Schultz
If I could snap my fingers and travel back in time, I'd be 11-year-old me standing on third base in the field behind our house, cupping my hands around my mouth and yelling for Mom to hit me home.My mother, like most mothers, was all about coming through for her kids. Evening games of softball in our neighborhood, where she was usually the only parent who played, were no exception. Whenever she was at bat, she'd stand poised over that cardboard triangle itching for release from the pent-up frustrations of a young mother's life.

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