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Pledge a Baguette at Fairway


TAKE A BITE OUT OF HUNGER WITH A BAGUETTE FROM FAIRWAY:

BUY A FAIRWAY MARKET BAGUETTE ON FRIDAY, JULY 23 AND SATURDAY JULY 24 TO BENEFIT SHARE OUR STRENGTH’S GREAT AMERICAN BAKE SALE

All six Fairway Markets will donate a portion of the sales of its classic baguette (kosher) sold on Friday, July 23 and Saturday, July 24, to the Share Our Strength’s Great American Bake Sale, A national effort that supports the No Kid Hungry Campaign to end childhood hunger in America by 2015.
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Food on a Global Scale


We Americans complain bitterly about the rising cost of food. Most Americans don't realize just how good we really have it in the land of plenty. In countries where people make much less money, they spend a much higher percentage of their incomes on food.

Wealthier industrialized nations spend a small percentage of their weekly budgets on food. According to the Economic Research Service, we spend only 5.7 percent of our total household budgets on food. In the U.K. and Denmark, people spend about 10 percent, compared with 40 to 50 percent for people in less developed nations. Azerbaijan tops the chart at 50.4 percent.
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Paramus Summer Bandshell Concerts 2010

SUMMER 2010 AT THE PARAMUS LIBRARY BANDSHELL

A series of concerts at the Paramus Bandshell are scheduled this summer to appeal to all ages. The Paramus Cultural Arts Council presents the Berkeley College Terrific Tuesdays Summer Concert Series with the following line-up:

July 6th "Kenny Vance and the Planotones" return with the sounds of the 50s and 60s,
July 13 "The Infernos" music from the 60s through the 80s;
July 20 “Bobby and the Jets" The Ultimate Elton John Tribute Band;
July 27 “Three Po' Tenors";
August 3rd "Greaseband" performs best of the 50s through the 90s Rock n' Roll.
All performances begin at 7:30pm. For more information or in case of rain call 201-599-ARTS(2787).
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Applebee’s Sells the Sizzle AND The Steak With Three New Products

Applebee's Fellow foodie Sophie Stone and I were invited to Applebee’s at The Fashion Center in Paramus for a ‘taste test’. Of course we went; of course we enjoyed the new offerings oohing and aahing over our dishes and the taste sensations. Michelle Schmidt, Marketing Manager of Doherty Enterprises, Inc., the franchisee met us there and introduced us to Applebee’s courteous and fine service. From the French Onion Soup on, we were impressed with the tastes and ample portions.
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SJP Properties Earns Energy Star Award for Superior Energy Efficiency at Morris Corporate Center IV in Parsippany, N.J.

Latest Recognition Builds on Company Track Record Delivering Region’s Most Advanced Green Office Environments

SJP Properties, one of the New York Metropolitan Area’s most active development companies, has announced that Buildings C and D at Morris Corporate Center IV have been awarded the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s prestigious Energy Star recognition, the national symbol for superior energy efficiency and environmental protection. Commercial buildings and industrial plants that rate in the top 25 percent of facilities in their peer group for energy efficiency are eligible to qualify for Energy Star.
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Bergen Appoints Jose A. Adames as New Academic Vice President


Jose A. Adames
Bergen Community College appointed Jose A. Adames, Ed.D., of Bridgewater, as vice president of Academic Affairs. The Bergen Community College Board of Trustees voted on the appointment at its July 14 meeting. Dr. Adames will oversee the academic programming, educational policy and faculty affairs at the state’s largest community college, effective for the fall 2010 semester.
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Hackensack University Medical Center Is The Only Hospital In New Jersey To Receive Two Rankings In This Year’s Publication


Hackensack University Medical Center has been ranked in geriatrics and heart and heart surgery in U.S. News & World Report's 2010-11 Best Hospitals, online at www.usnews.com/besthospitals  and featured in the August print issue of U.S.News, available on newsstands July 27.

Hackensack University Medical Center is the only hospital in New Jersey to receive two rankings in this year’s publication and one of only 152 standouts nationwide to be included.
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American Properties Realty To Host Weekend Price Event At The Jefferson in Ewing, N.J.


Jefferson Living Room
$10,000 Incentive Makes Luxury Living Possible In Mercer County For Under $200,000

American Properties Realty, a New Jersey-based full service real estate company, will host a weekend price event July 24 and 25 at its luxury condominium community, The Jefferson, in Ewing, N.J., at which it will offer a $10,000 price reduction on selected homes. Originally priced at $209,990, available first-floor, 1,491-square-foot, Bramley-style homes will be priced at $199,990 for the weekend only.
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Sandy Monica's Next Adventure for a chance to Win a $500 Shopping Spree To Santa Monica Place

Santa Monica Convention & Visitors Bureau Creates British Tourist Mannequin and invites Fans to Suggest to Sandy Monica's Next Adventure for a chance to Win a $500 Shopping Spree To Santa Monica Place

Santa Monica Convention & Visitors Bureau (SMCVB) announced a fun online contest, featuring English tourist "Sandy Monica." Who is she? Sandy is a life-size mannequin masquerading as a British socialite vacationing in Santa Monica. Sandy Monica is determined to experience Santa Monica life by experiencing the seaside destination to partake in at least one activity each day for the 30 days while she is in town. She will then be put on display as part of the Mannequin Collective art exhibit, a community arts program developed by Santa Monica Place in partnership with Otis School of Design to celebrate the grand opening of the new shopping venue.
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Save Money and Protect the Environment With Smart Driving


Americans drive an average of 10,000 miles per year, per person, which includes non-drivers, as well. We do a lot of that driving during the summer on family vacations, and chauffeuring kids from place to place. Here are a few simple tips to save you gas and money this summer, as well as reducing carbon emissions.
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Care Plus Foundation Courage Awards Held June 17th


Paramus-based Care Plus Foundation celebrated its Annual Courage Awards Dinner at Macaluso s in Hawthorne on the evening of June 17, 2010. The event honored an organization and three individuals who exhibited courage in addressing the needs of the approximately 1 in 4 adults and 1 in 5 children and youth in our community struggling with mental illness from depression and anxiety, to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.

Honorees made great contributions to mental health programs and awareness in Northern New Jersey.
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LeBron Is Gone, and Cleveland Still Is Standing

The morning after LeBron James announced that he was leaving Cleveland, parents began calling local pediatrician Shelly Senders' office.

"I talked to a lot of people on the phone and in the office," Senders said. "It was clear that a lot of people, especially children, were suffering. Parents were saying, 'His room is festooned with LeBron posters. What do we say? How do we explain this?'"
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The National Association for the Advancement of Coddled People

Before the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People decided to ride the anti-tea party wave back to political relevancy, its most recent activist crusade involved a silly space-themed Hallmark graduation card. Yes, the NAACP has been lost in space for quite some time now. And blaming whitey will no longer cut it.
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Care Plus NJ Staff Recognized for Dedication in Working with Mentally Ill


Herlande Vilcant
The New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies recently awarded Care Plus NJ staff member Herlande Vilcant with Case Manager of the Year for the Northern NJ Region. Only two awards were given for the entire Northern NJ Region.

Vilcant is a member of Care Plus NJ's Integrated Case Management Services (ICMS) team. Herlande is calm under pressure, objective, compassionate and empathic. Her dedication to helping those struggling with mental illness is notable and she readily assists ICMS clients whenever a need arises. Herlande excels in finding Emergency Community Housing, as she is unwilling to see a client homeless on the street.
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Care Plus NJ Workforce Solutions Receives Outstanding Community Rehabilitation Program Award

ACCSES New Jersey/CNA Presents Award to Care Plus NJ for Their Ground-Breaking Work in Creating Training and Employment Opportunities for the Disabled and Economically Disadvantaged

Care Plus NJ Workforce Solutions, a non-profit organization offering business tracks dedicated to the employment of the disabled and economically disadvantaged under the social enterprise model, today announced that it has been awarded the Outstanding Community Rehabilitation Program Award from ACCSES NJ/CNA. This is ACCSES’s highest honor. ACCSES is a pioneering association that champions community rehabilitation programs and assists them in obtaining contracts for goods and services from state government agencies.
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Electronic Health Records – At-a-Glance - Achieving Rapid Adoption and Meaningful Use

“Our recovery plan will invest in electronic health records and new technology that will reduce errors, bring down costs, ensure privacy and save lives.”
- President Obama, Address to Joint Session of Congress, February 2009

Background
As promised by the President, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 included under which, according to current estimates, as much as $27 billion over ten years will be expended to support adoption of electronic health records (EHRs).
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Bergen Community College Hosts Career Open Houses


Programs in Interior Design, Financial Planning and Fashion Design Offered

If you have ever wanted to design living rooms, handbags – even a client’s investment portfolio - Bergen Community College has an opportunity for you.

In September, Bergen Community College’s Division of Continuing Education, Corporate and Public Sector Training will offer three free open houses on its certificate programs in Interior Design, Fashion Design and Certified Financial Planning.
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Applebee’s® New Sizzling Skillet Entrées are a Feast for the Senses


Starting at $8.99, Three New Entrées Deliver Steaming Sights, Sizzling Sounds, Mouth-Watering Smells and Flavorful Tastes to Paramus

Fresh flavor never sounded so good. Applebee’s® Neighborhood Grill and Bar located at the Fashion Center in Paramus is now serving up an unexpected flavorful lineup of crackling, hot and steamy Sizzling Skillet entrées. Hot bubbling cheeses, caramelizing sauce, fresh steamed vegetables and choice of shrimp, steak and chicken on sizzling skillets give neighborhood guests what they’re craving, at a price they can swallow.
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The Russell Berrie Foundation Awards Englewood Hospital $1.5 Million Grant

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is the recipient of a $1.5 million challenge grant from The Russell Berrie Foundation. The gift, which requires the Medical Center to raise an equivalent amount, will benefit its $30 million Lifeline to Tomorrow Campaign for the new emergency care center.
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Heritage Pointe Of Teaneck Resident Finds Time For Creative Expression During Retirement


Nat Namerow
Nat Namerow Pursues Lifelong Passion for Painting, Displays Artwork at Community

Nat Namerow intended to take an adult education Spanish class at a Bronx high school back in 1972, but the class was full. His wife suggested he join her in an art class instead. That was the beginning of a decades-long hobby that has nurtured the Heritage Pointe of Teaneck resident through his retirement years.

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