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Thursday, April 27 2017 @ 03:07 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Thursday, April 27 2017 @ 03:07 AM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Medicare Remains Viable, Trustees Report Shows, but Challenges Remain


The Medicare Trustees Report released today shows that while Medicare remains solvent longer than expected prior to passage of the Affordable Care Act, challenges remain for securing the long term financial health of the Medicare program. Expenditures for the Supplementary Medical Insurance (SMI) Trust Fund were lower than expected this year. The Trustees annual report says that Medicare’s Hospital Insurance (HI) Trust Fund is now projected to remain solvent until 2024.

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MSU Outstanding 2011 Grads


Montclair State University’s Class of 2011 includes 3,928 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree recipients in the areas of science and mathematics, humanities and the social sciences, business, the arts, and education. The 2011 Commencement exercises will take place on Friday, May 20, 2011 at the Izod Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

The following students represent some of the best of the graduating class of 2011, (hometown is included):

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Xtel Communications Hosts New LinkedIn Networking Group to Bring Together Stakeholders in Managed Services Industry


Xtel Communications has created a new networking group on the popular business-oriented social networking site LinkedIn called Private Cloud – Hosted IT Services.  Hosted by Xtel’s Vice President Brian Flynn, Private Cloud – Hosted IT Services brings together all stakeholders in Private Cloud Services, including suppliers, resellers and users. Private Cloud services include hosted PBX, managed server, virtual server, managed data backup, disaster recovery and application hosting.

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Paramus Public Library Presents Dia


Dia!

On Saturday, April 30th, from 2:00 to 5:00 PM, the Paramus Public Library held Dia, a day for many nationalities. Librarian Len LoPinto and his staff prepared entertainment to reach across the Asian countries and reaching into India. Ethnic food was set up at tables within the Library with the majority of it supplied by Fairway Market.

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St. Athanasios 37th Annual Greek Festival Produces Great Food


Greek Festival
The ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted with Reverend Protopresbyter Anargyros Stavropoulos, President Gus Panagiotopoulos and Councilwoman Cathy Bentz in attendance. Mayor Rich LaBarbiera, Council President Maureen O’Brien and Councilman Ralph Amato showed up a little later to congratulate St. Athanasios Greek Orthodox President Gus on the success of the 37th Greek Festival and to partake of the delicious and authentic Greek food.

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The Elizabethan Gardens


The Elizabethan Gardens
Located in Manteo, North Carolina, visiting the Elizabethan Gardens is a must when on the Outer Banks. [email protected] . It not only encompasses horticulture enthusiasts and history buffs, the Elizabethan Gardens has something for everyone. They provide pleasant memories, not only from the fragrance, statues and floral arrangements; they provide lasting memories by hosting weddings. Well maintained paths and areas are listed on their brochures so that one can enjoy and understand the beautiful planned gardens.

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Paramus, NJ, Resident and the HAGI Choir from Sendai Will Be Featured in Japan-US Chorus Charity Concert for Sendai


Concert Admission Is Free & Open to the Public (Ticket Required); Voluntary Donations Gratefully Accepted; 100% of Donations Go to City of Sendai & Miyagi Prefecture

Paramus, New Jersey, resident Mike Shirota will co-conduct a very special choral concert soon at Carnegie Hall. In addition to the chorus that Mr. Shirota directs, The HAGI Choir, led by acclaimed Music Director Mitsuharu Okazaki and comprised of the finest voices from earthquake- and tsunami-stricken Sendai, Japan, will sing at the Japan-US Chorus Charity Concert for Sendai at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage, New York, New York, on Friday, May 20, 2011 from 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM, www.japanuschorus.org/event_eng.html.

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CresaPartners LLC Forges Alliance with Savills


CresaPartners LLC, North America’s largest tenant representation firm, has announced that it has formed a strategic alliance with international real estate advisor Savills, an arrangement that will allow CresaPartners and Savills the ability to provide service to international clients in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

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The Cammeyer Wins Wells Fargo Lending Approval


The Cammeyer, the distinguished luxury Pre-war loft conversion located at 650 Sixth Avenue, announced today that the residences have secured lending approval from Wells Fargo.

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Cross River Bank Ranked In The Top 15th Percentile Of Community Banks Nationwide And Third In New Jersey


Seifried & Brew Cite Cross River’s Exemplary Balance Of Risk In Bestowing National Recognition

Cross River Bank has been ranked in the Top 15th Percentile of Community Banks nationwide and third in New Jersey in 2010 based on the Seifried & Brew (S&B) Total Risk/Return Composite Ranking Report. The S&B Top 15th Percentile Banks includes community banks with assets between $100 million to $5 billion.

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Join BoatUS Angler and You Could Go Fishing with Mark Zona



Mark Zona and B.A.S.S. photographer James Overstreet enjoy a smallmouth fishing trip on Lake Erie

Deadline to Enter “Zona’s Awesome Fishing Trip” July 31
He’s outspoken and enjoys watching Caddyshack and reruns of South Park. He’s also a frustrated weatherman, a wanna-be bounty hunter, and listens to Men at Work. But most importantly, he’s the self-proclaimed “knucklehead” host of TV’s Bassmaster Elite Series and hosts his own “Awesome” national TV fishing show that airs every Friday at 8 p.m.

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Englewood Hospital’s Annual Black Tie Gala Is A Record-Breaking Success



Englewood Hospital's Annual Black Tie Gala

“The best is yet to come,” predicts the Chairman of the Board

Exceeding the expectations of dear friends and other generous supporters may be a daunting task for some institutions, but that was most certainly not the case at the year’s largest—and grandest ever—fundraiser to benefit programs and services at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center. Few expected the news that President and CEO Douglas A. Duchak had the obvious pleasure of announcing: revenue from the fundraiser, a whopping $1.2 million, had exceeded that from any previous Gala. In addition, the total number of guests—700—at the Gala on Saturday, April 30 at Pier Sixty in New York City was also record-breaking.

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Wagner Measure To Protect Pets During Domestic Disputes Advanced By Assembly Panel


A measure sponsored by Assemblywoman Connie Wagner to protect pets during domestic disputes was unanimously approved by the Assembly Judiciary Committee on Thursday. “We’ve heard so many stories of pets being abused or even killed as retaliation against a partner when a relationship goes sour,” said Wagner (D-Bergen). “Often times it’s done without thinking as an attempt to hurt the other partner, but whether it’s intentional or not, animals should not have to suffer. This is a humane measure designed to protect innocent pets from being the victim of a domestic dispute.”

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Corvette Spring Show At Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center


Corvette Show
The Paramus Rescue Squad sponsors a Corvette Show each year at the Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center. The weather was aware of their fundraiser and provided a beautiful setting. This is held in conjunction with Class Glass Corvette Association which will be holding another show on June 12th at the Paramus Auto Mall on Route 17 North in Paramus.

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A Taste Of Greece Satisfies The Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club


A Taste of Greece

Paramus Sunrise Rotary holds an International Dinner almost monthly. Member Chrysoula Lile was in charge of the Greece theme and she selected A Taste of Greece located at 935C, Kinderkamack Road, River Edge in a small strip mall at the corner of Midland Avenue. Her selection was impeccable; the food was authentic, tasty and abundant. Our resident artist, Chrysoula pointed out the brick wall that she had painted in the kitchen to give the effect of being in Greece.

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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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