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The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Friday, July 28 2017 @ 03:01 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Stuart Berson Creates “Where in the World is Stuart?” Travel Program for Residents of The Allendale Community for Mature Living

[media:20110623052854459]Program Part of Senior Living Community’s Extensive Educational, Cultural and Social Offerings for Residents

Through films and photo montages, Stuart Berson transports the residents of The Atrium at The Allendale Community for Mature Living to different places and time periods during his “Where in the World is Stuart?” program. This dedicated volunteer created the 90-minute program specifically for the residents of the senior living community in Bergen County and has been leading sessions every week since January.

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World Class Musician Guido Arbonelli to Perform at Summer Solstice Concert, Bergen Community College, June 22, 2011

Clarinetist Guido Arbonelli
Clarinetist Guido Arbonelli will perform works by composers Steve Rich, Dinu Ghezzo, Carlos Delgado and selections from “Namaste Suite,” a set of one minute compositions by various female composers, featuring messages of unity, love and joy.

Mr. Arbonelli will perform at “Walking Between Europe and the USA: Summer Solstice Concert” on Wednesday, June 22, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre.

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Packing it in: Ten Easy Steps to Travel Light

It may be a weekend getaway or a month at the beach (don't we all wish), but chances are you've got a little vacation time planned for this summer. And we all know that before we jet off to those sandy shores in the sky, we first have to do the hard stuff: pack.

So, before you dust off the suitcase and start throwing in everything from your closet, take a deep breath and read on. Here are 10 steps to packing light:

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Coloring Your Guest Room Calm

Q: We have a tiny room to make over for guests at our country house. I need help making it feel special. Any ideas from color choices to furniture will be appreciated.

A: How's this for inspiration? Designer Matthew Patrick Smyth created this soothing stay-over room for a decorator show house — a somewhat harrowing process that he details in his new book, "Living Traditions" (published by The Monacelli Press).

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Simply Sam

Here's the thing about Sam Zien: He fails.

As business manager for a San Diego biotech firm, he failed to adopt a corporate image: "I was always the guy who wanted to be more funny than serious."

In the summer of 2001, he quit that job to launch his own TV travel series. Another recipe for failure: "I had neither travel nor TV experience."

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Stabbing In Paramus

In the early hours of the morning of June 19th, Paramus Police received a call from the Ridgewood Police Department Dispatch that there was an injured person with a “hole in his stomach” at a residence on Burlington Road in Paramus. Paramus investigating officers determined that there was a party taking place at the residence. During an altercation between two male adults, two people were stabbed with a sharp object.

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Rotary District 7490’S Walter D. Head Foundation Awards $10,000 Scholarship To Paramus Graduate Student

[media:20110618115413262]PARAMUS, NJ…Rotary District 7490’s Walter D. Head Foundation has awarded a $10,000 scholarship to Paramus resident Mohammad Modarres.
A recent graduate of Johns Hopkins University, who majored in Public Health with a minor in Anthropology, Modarres was a recipient of multiple competitive university Research Fellowships, including the Woodrow Wilson Undergraduate Research Fellowship and the Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award.

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38th District Legislators Encourage Bergen Cty Flood Victims To Apply For Low-Interest Loans To Repair Damage

Senator Bob Gordon and Assemblywomen Joan Voss and Connie Wagner are encouraging residents of Bergen County who experienced damage due to flooding that took place between March 10-17, 2011 to apply for low-interest loans that were recently made available through the Small Business Administration.

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Wagner, Conners & Ramos Bill Providing Active Duty Military With Free Or Reduced Beach Passes Signed Into Law

Just as summer is heating up, legislation sponsored by Assembly Democrats Connie Wagner, Jack Conners and Ruben J. Ramos Jr. has been signed into law, which would allow municipalities to offer free or discounted beach badges to military personnel and their families.
“These brave men and women give so much for our state and our country,” said Wagner (D-Bergen). “Giving our armed forces one more way to capitalize on their valuable down time is the least we can do to say ‘thank you’ for their service.”
Previously, towns were allowed to offer free or reduced price beach tags for individuals over 65 years of age, disabled residents and children under 12.

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Emil J. Geering Installed As New District Governor Of Rotary District 7490

Emil Geering
Installed by Past Rotary International Director Ray Wells at the 55th annual Governor’s Installation and Banner Exchange, Emil Geering of the Paramus Rotary Club exhorted his huge audience to surge ahead in Rotary and to join in the International project of eliminating Polio! Held at Seasons in Washington Township, approximately 200 Rotarians and friends came out to show their support for the new District Governor.

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Blood Donors Will Receive Stacks Pancake House Gift Cards to Honor Dads

In celebration of Father’s Day, anyone who donates blood, platelets or plasma on Sunday, June 19 at Community Blood Services’ Paramus Donor Center, 970 Linwood Avenue West, will receive a gift card to Stacks Pancake House & Café in Paramus. “Community Blood Services is excited to be partnering with Stacks, our newest neighbor here in Paramus, to thank every volunteer donor who takes time out of his or her busy schedule to donate this Father’s Day,” said Karen Ferriday, community affairs director at Community Blood Services.

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Donations Accepted From Any Age!

The DARE Carnival is taking place at Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center. The Paramus Fire Department Volunteers have a Donation Jar handy. Young Victoria Rodriguez, age 3, from Hackensack felt that she should help our Paramus Fire Volunteers. Her parents have brought her up to appreciate nice people and the people at the booth were so nice that Victoria felt that she had to put money into the Donation Jar. She is three years old and she gave a dollar for each of her years.

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Weiner's Woes: No Skillz To Pay the Billz

Michelle Malkin
"There is life after Congress for Anthony Weiner," New York Democratic Rep. Nita Lowey grimly assured reporters on Thursday before his resignation announcement. But Weiner's life has been nothing but Congress. Nothing but government. Nothing but taxpayer-subsidized self-perpetuation. In other words: the life of a pathetic public leech.

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Hunter Douglas Products: The Best America Has to Offer

UPPER SADDLE RIVER, N.J., June 16, 2011 – Hunter Douglas, Inc., is the nation’s leading manufacturer and marketer of custom window fashions. Hunter Douglas brand products are designed and custom-assembled in the United States to assure that American consumers have the superb quality, outstanding service and enduring style they expect and deserve for their homes*.

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2011 Dr. Christine Reyelt Memorial Medical Staff Scholarship Recipient Announced at St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center

[media:2011070408511589]The St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) Medical Staff office is pleased to recognize Ektaa Rana (resident of Clifton) as the 2011 Dr. Christine Reyelt Memorial Medical Staff Scholarship recipient. This prestigious scholarship is offered annually to a graduating high school student who is a child or legal dependent of a SJRMC employee carrying a 3.0 or above GPA and is planning to pursue a medical career. The scholarship is a $2,000 a year award, renewable for up to four years.

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Pet’s Best Friend NJ and Doggy Deuce Removal Service Join Pet ResQ and Move Our Stuff in a Relief Effort for Missouri Victims

www.doggydeucerml.com,A Collection of Donated Goods Underway at Purple Rain Salon, Tenafly, NJ

Doggy Deuce Removal Service and Pet’s Best Friend NJ, Bergen County’s leading pet service companies, are organizing a relief effort with Pet ResQ and Move Our Stuff to aid human and animal victims of the recent tornado and flooding in Joplin, Missouri. The companies are collecting donated goods through Wednesday, June 8 and those goods will be driven by Move Our Stuff to distribution coordinators in Missouri.

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Uez Reform, Online Government Transparency, Improved End-Of-Life & Huntington’s Disease Care Top Assembly Agendas

Governor’s Decision to Withdraw from Greenhouse Gas Initiative; Coverage for Oral Cancer Drugs, Life Sciences Internships; Agricultural Tourism and Supporting Preservation of Princeton Battlefield Also on Tap
Assembly committees on Monday will consider legislation to reform and make stronger the state’s Urban Enterprise Zone program, require online transparency from local authorities and commissions, allow people to better handle end-of-life care issues and expand the care options for those with Huntington’s Disease.

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Broadway Actors Speak Out for Marriage Equality in New York

Broadway actors are speaking out for marriage equality in a new video by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, as part of the group’s New Yorkers for Marriage Equality campaign. In the video, the actors encourage all New Yorkers to contact their state legislators to tell them why they support marriage equality. The campaign, which raises the public profile of marriage equality in New York, can be viewed online at


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Advance Realty Completes More Than 56,000 Square Feet of Deals at One Gateway Center in Newark, N.J.

City’s Premier Office Tower Sees Mix of New Deals, Expansions and Renewals

Advance Realty, a leading Northeast U.S. owner and developer of Class A office, mixed-use and flex-space properties, has announced that more than 56,000 square feet of deals were completed in the first quarter of 2011 at One Gateway Center, the company’s strategically located office tower in downtown Newark, N.J.

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BoatUS Members Can Find the Lowest Priced Fuel at MarineFuel.com

Great for Bigger Boats, Long-Distance Cruisers
With fuel prices high, those with bigger boats or long-distance cruisers are asking, “Where did you get your fuel?” BoatUS members, through an exclusive partnership that saves them 20% on an annual membership with MarineFuel.com, can easily comparison shop online and locate the lowest gas or diesel prices when they need to fill their large tanks. MarineFuel.com special membership pricing for BoatUS members starts at $143 annually (including the discount).

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