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Wednesday, August 16 2017 @ 07:32 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Wednesday, August 16 2017 @ 07:32 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

The Lightstone Group Signs Lease Extensions at 25th Street Shopping Center in Easton, Pa.


The Lightstone Group announced that a pair of renewals with national tenants were signed at 25th Street Shopping Center in Easton, Pa. Electronics supplier Radio Shack extended their lease on 2,510 square feet for three years. Long John Silvers signed an eight-year extension. The fast-food chain occupies a 1,728 square-foot pad-site within the center.

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Garden State Harmonica Club Meeting Now Held Twice a Month in Glen Rock on June 6 and June 20, 2011


The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meetings will be held June 6 and June 20 at 7:30 pm in room 103 at the Community Church of Glen Rock, 354 Rock Road in Glen Rock. Enter via the parking lot at Hamilton Avenue. The church is handicapped accessible. Business meetings and playing are held regularly on the first Monday of each month with an informal second meeting taking place on the third Monday that includes a workshop in reading music for interested members.

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The Rock and Roll Bar Band That Made it Big - Huey Lewis and the News Performs LIVE at Englewood’s bergenPAC


The bar band turned rock stars Huey Lewis and the News will be performing some their greatest hits live at Bergen Performing Arts Center. Their first five albums all went platinum and included the great hits “The Heart of Rock and Roll,” “Do You Believe in Love,” “Workin’ for a Livin’,” “I Want a New Drug,” “If This Is It,” “Stuck with You,” “Hip to Be Square,” and “Doin’ It All for My Baby.” Two of their songs “The Power of Love” and “Back in Time” were featured as the centerpieces of the hit 1980s film Back to the Future.

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Three Suspects Arrested in Rochelle Park Burglary Attempt


On May 22, 2011 police were made aware of a burglary and theft that occurred at a local well drilling company. Several thousand dollars worth of scrap metal and other equipment had been stolen. Detective Jim DePreta had placed the area under surveillance, and on May 25th at 8:50 AM, he observed the suspects in a pickup truck attempt to enter the business. One of the suspects opened the gates, as the other two prepared to enter the property in the truck. As back up officers arrived on scene, one suspect fled on foot. The remaining (2) males were taken into custody on the scene.

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Dedication Of The Paramus Rotary Peace Park At The Bandshell


Dedication Of The Paramus Rotary Peace Park

Starting off with children’s crafts and storytelling in various languages, the Paramus High School Chamber Ensemble played interlude music to help set the mood for the afternoon. Rotarian Lloyd Astmann , Master of Ceremonies, explained the purpose of the dedication, the Peace Pole and the gazebo. Fred Hutter led the group In the salute to the flag and talented Alexa Calandrillo sang God Bless America. Astmann then introduced Mayor Rich LaBarbiera who read a Proclamation commemorating the day, the park and the efforts of all involved.

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Powerful Women Of Bergen County


Powerful Women Of Bergen County

Assemblywoman Connie Wagner and the Democratic Women of Bergen County held a brunch at Stony Hill Inn on Sunday morning, June 5th. It honored former Bergen County Freeholder Elizabeth Calabrese, Fairlawn Mayor Lisa Swain, Leonia Mayor Mary Heveran, Oradell Mayor Dianne Camelo Didio and in memory of Edgewater Mayor Nancy Merse. Assemblywoman Nellie Pou, Senator Loretta Weinberg, Assemblywomen Elease Evans, Valerie Huttle, Connie Wagner, Joan Quigley and Joan Voss and Freeholder Bernadette McPherson were some of the noted attendees.

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Hackensack Supply, A Hidden Treasure Trove


Hackensack Supply, A Hidden Treasure Trove

Visiting Hackensack Supply on a Saturday morning invoked fears of encountering heavy highway traffic, especially as I got into the right lane to access the store behind the Ashley Furniture, Babies R Us store parking lot off Route 17 South in Paramus. Wending my way around the massive building, Craig Ferrara, store manager, was on hand to greet me. To my disappointment, despite their huge restaurant assortment, they did not have what I was looking for; a bottle type brush to clean a crevice in my home coffee maker water well. Craig was able to point out a substitute to do the job.

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Spring Fling At the Paramus Recreation Commission


Spring Fling At the Paramus Recreation Commission

Each year the Paramus Recreation Commission under the leadership of Sue Reardon, ably assisted by Rich Lambert, holds a senior celebratory party for seniors. This year’s ‘Spring Fling’ took place on Saturday, June 3rd at Petruska Park. As seniors will, although it started at 11:00 AM, the parking lot was almost full by 10:15. The day was filled with activities under perfect skies and weather, albeit a mite chilly in the shade. Activities consisted of outdoor Bingo, a Tricky Tray Auction, and a DJ available to play requests.

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New Jersey Leading Nation In Implementing Newborn Pulse Oximetry Screening


O’Donnell, Wagner, Ramos Bill Requiring Life-Saving Screenings of all Newborn Hearts Signed Into Law

New Jersey, today, set a new national standard for newborn care with the signing of a law sponsored by Assembly members Jason O’Donnell, Connie Wagner and Ruben Ramos. The law (A-3744/S-2752), the first of its kind to pass on a national scale, mandates pulse ox testing – a simple, non-invasive, low-cost measure to help detect the most common birth defect, congenital heart disease, in newborns.

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Sensoglove - World’s First Digital Golf Glove - Partners With 20 International Golf Schools


Schools & PGA Instructors Use Patented Digital Golf Glove to Instantly Correct “Death Grip” for Better, More Accurate & Powerful Golf Swing

Makes Great Father’s Day Gift

Sensosolutions www.sensoglove.com,  a leading provider of innovative IT systems for sports analysis, motion and performance measurement, announced today it has partnered with 20 golf schools and PGA professional instructors world-wide to use SensoGlove, the world’s first digital golf glove, as a training tool to help correct the dreaded golf club “death grip” for a more accurate and powerful golf swing. The only digital golf glove available today that gives constant feedback on grip pressure in real-time, SensoGlove can be used with or without a teacher and is an essential tool for all golfers (from beginner to professional) to achieve the correct grip.

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NBA Superstar Steve Nash Supports Marriage Equality in New York


The two time league MVP joins HRC’s New Yorkers for Marriage Equality campaign
NBA legend Steve Nash has partnered with the Human Rights Campaign in a new video for the group’s New Yorkers for Marriage Equality campaign. In the video, Nash talks about the growing number of professional athletes who are speaking out in support of marriage equality, saying, “I’m proud to be one of them.” The video can be viewed at www.hrc.org/NY4marriage.

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Saint John The Theologian Church Holds Greek Festival In Tenafly, A Surprise Visitor – the County Executive


Greek Festival at St. John, Tenafly

Opening night was Thursday, June 2, 2011 at St. John the Theologian Greek Orthodox Church on Clinton Avenue in Tenafly. An annual affair, Father Pangiotis Lekkas was busy blessing the congregants, greeting the dignitaries and looking after the comfort of the patrons. After the ribbon cutting ceremony, he invited the officials to a VIP table to enjoy the native meal.

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Local Orvis Stores Announce Free Fly Fishing 101 Classes


Classes Available for All Ages - Learn How to Fly Fish in Two Easy Classes!

The Orvis Company is bringing the joys of Fly Fishing to EVERYONE! From May to July, Orvis stores and dealerships are hosting FREE Fly Fishing 101 Lessons in all Orvis locations (www.orvis.com for full listing). The classes offer great visuals for your audience – reporters can don fly fishing gear such as waders, vests and hats and learn to fish at the store, the office or studio or even on location with real fish. Fly fishing will keep generations together for some terrific outdoor, “unplugged” time! It’s relaxing and challenging, and provides a wonderful opportunity to spend the day outdoors enjoying the sport and the bounty of nature. Once students take to the waters in Fly Fishing 201, it’s catch and release. The classes are being offered across the nation.

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Largest in School’s History, Class of 2011 Reflects Bergen Community College’s Commitment to Completion


Largest in BCC’s History

U.S. Treasurer Rosie Rios Addresses College’s Largest Class Ever at Izod Center; Says Investment in Community College “Imperative” for Competitive Workforce Valedictorian Calls Bergen “Crucial Step” to her Success

U.S. Treasurer Rosie Rios told the Bergen Community College Class of 2011 to continue their educations, put family first and consider public service at some point in their careers during the College’s 42nd Commencement today at the Izod Center in the Meadowlands Sports Complex, in East Rutherford.

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The Rotary – Service Above Self - The figures are in!


The Teaneck Rotary’s 9th Annual Beefsteak and Tricky Tray Auction, held May 14th at the Knights of Columbus Hall was a huge success.
As in the past, all attendees had fun. It is events like this that have kept Teaneck Rotary active and serving their community for 82 years.
Rotary is a worldwide organization of more than 1.2 million business, professional, and community leaders. Members of Rotary clubs, known as Rotarians, provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.

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Dr. Steve Elias First In The United States To Use Evrf® Device Treatment Of Small Veins


Steve Elias MD FACS FACPh, is the first in the United States to use the new minimally invasive technology, EVRF. This device treats patients with small spider veins and small varicose veins. Radiofrequency energy, similar to microwave, is transmitted into the abnormal veins with a microprobe through the skin. The energy helps to seal the abnormal veins which eventually dissolve and get absorbed. The procedure is done in office and takes about 15 minutes. Patients can resume all activities after treatment including exercise.

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Circus Setup Day For Cole Brothers Circus


Circus Setup Day For Cole Brothers Circus

There’s always something exciting happening when the circus comes to town. In this case, it is the Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars setting up at the Garfield High School Athletic Field. Sponsored by the Garfield Local PBA #46, the circus arrived in town late last night. By this morning, the huge brightly colored tent was erected and visible from many points. They had rolled in from Kingston, NY the night before to play this four day spot. Sunday night, the tent will come down and the circus will be on the move again.

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