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Monday, February 27 2017 @ 07:49 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Monday, February 27 2017 @ 07:49 PM EST
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

Paramus Volunteer Fire Departments Donate To The Blue Star Banner Project


The Paramus Volunteer Fire Department was the first to be recognized for their donation to the Blue Star Banner project honoring our military service men and women from Paramus on active duty. Councilman Alan Brundage, Council Liaison to the Veterans Organizations presented The Blue Star Banner certificate of appreciation at the Mayor and Council public meeting Tuesday April 12, 2011.

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New York Author Releases Charming Kids’ Book


In New York author Denisha Van Liew’s new book, “Johnson Family and Friends Picnic,” young readers enjoy family and fun as each invited guest adds excitement to this alphabetical gathering. From Aunt Ann's apple pies to Aunt Zoe's zesty zucchini, there's plenty to eat for everyone. Readers start the day with the Johnsons and laugh well into the night, as Calico Park comes alive when the Johnsons arrive.

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New Jersey Voters Say No To Gov. Christie Presidential Bid In 2012


Gov. Chris Christie has been adamant that he has no plans to run for president in 2012, and results from a new Rutgers-Eagleton Poll suggest that if he did, New Jersey voters would not be pleased. Only 22 percent of registered voters support a 2012 presidential bid by Christie, while 65 percent oppose and 12 percent are unsure. Moreover, while 36 percent of voters think having a governor on the national stage helps New Jersey’s image, 42 percent say it makes no difference and 21 percent say it hurts the state’s image.

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Co-Anchor of My9 News Brenda Blackmon Discusses Her Daughter’s Battle with Lupus



Brenda Blackmon

Keynote Speaker for Mother/Daughter Luncheon at Bergen Community College, May 7, 2011

Brenda Blackmon, co-anchor of My9 News and author of the recently published book “A Mom’s Story” will serve as the keynote speaker for a Mother/Daughter Luncheon at Bergen Community College. Ms. Blackmon will speak at the College on Saturday, May 7, 2011 at 1 p.m. in the Moses Family Meeting and Training Center on the College’s main campus in Paramus. Please park in Lot B. The event is sponsored by the Women’s Institute of Bergen Community College.

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Bergen Community College Journalists Dominate NJ Press Foundation Contest - Torch Staff Takes 1st Place in Nine of 14 Categories



Brendon Miel, Bergenfield; Professor Lew Wheaton; Jessica Czarnogursky, East Rutherford; Dawn Foster, Elmwood Park; Nita Lim, Ridgefield; Front row: Ruwan Mahayage, New Milford; Adriana Szaboova, Hasbrouck Heights; Editor-in-Chief P

The staff of Bergen Community College’s student newspaper, the Torch, dominated the annual New Jersey Press Foundation Contest with 18 awards including nine first place honors. The Torch garnered its third consecutive First Place for Layout and Design, and swept the Editorial Cartoon/Artistic Illustration category for the second straight year. “The College is very proud of the jobs the Torch and Professor Lew Wheaton have done. This newspaper has a real presence that sometimes drives issues on campus,” said Bergen President Dr. G. Jeremiah Ryan.

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Sales Boom for The Cammeyer Studio Loft Collection



The Cammeyer Studio Loft Collection

Luxurious Features Appeal to Astute Buyers

Sales for the studio Loft Collection at The Cammeyer, a distinguished luxury pre-war loft conversion located at 650 Sixth Avenue in the Flatiron District, are taking off as discerning buyers have become enchanted by the residences in the historic Ladies' Mile neighborhood building. "Buyers are responding to the distinctive attention to detail that was paid to these spacious studio residences," said Kirk Rundhaug, managing director at CORE, the building's exclusive sales and marketing team. 

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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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NARNIA , The Musical


The Theater League of Clifton, in cooperation with ATC Studios, is proud to present NARNIA, The Musical, based on C.S. Lewis' time-honored classic, The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe. The script was adapted by Jules Tasca, with music by Tom Tierney and lyrics by Ted Drachman. Show dates are May 20, 21, 22 & 27, 28, 29, Fridays at 7:30 PM, Saturdays at 2:00 & 7:30 PM, Sundays at 2:00 PM. All performances will be at School No 3, 365 Washington Ave, Clifton.

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Atlantis Diving and Salvage on Sacramento River Now a BoatUS Towing Affiliate


Atlantis Diving and Salvage of West Sacramento is the newest affiliate of BoatUS Towing Services, which gives boaters and anglers in the area a reliable resource to call when their boats break down on the water, run out of gas, or run aground. Owned by Captain Gary Borton, the company’s service area runs from Walnut Grove to above Knight’s Landing and is the third location in the California Delta offering recreational boat towing services that are also part of the BoatUS nationwide fleet. The other two established locations are Vessel Assist Vallejo and Vessel Assist Bethel Island.

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Ome Caterers Selected As Exclusive Caterer For Harbor Hills


A perfect venue for Corporate Picnics, Corporate Outings, Conferences, and Team-building

Ome Caterers is pleased to announce their latest partnership with Harbor Hills in Mendham, New Jersey, as they have been chosen as the exclusive culinary and event planning experts at this location. Ome Caterers is based in Whippany, New Jersey, and bestows their clientele throughout the tri-state area of New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut with 25 years of experience. Ome Caterers has partnered with Harbor Hills to provide guests with exceptional fun, various outdoor activities, and great food at this exclusive 16 acre site

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Jones Lang LaSalle Promotes Thomas A. Reilly to Managing Director



Thomas Reilly

Jones Lang LaSalle announced today that it has promoted Thomas A. Reilly to Managing Director. Reilly, an office leasing specialist, played an instrumental role as part of the team that launched Jones Lang LaSalle in New Jersey in January of 2005. He is based in the firm’s Parsippany, N.J. office. Reilly has been a commercial real estate professional specializing in New Jersey’s office market since 1982. He joined Jones Lang LaSalle in 2004 as an executive vice president, and is one of four senior executives involved in growing the firm’s agency leasing business in Northern New Jersey.

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Mayor and Council Meeting April 12 2011


Mayor and Council Meeting 04-12-11.

While the big buzz at the Mayor and Council Meeting was the sponsorship of the celebratory fireworks being held on July 3rd by Westfield Garden State Shopping Center, other business did take place. Mayor Rich LaBarbiera announced the inception of the Blue Star Banner Campaign to be headed by Councilman Alan Brundage with a request that donations be sent to Borough Administrator Joe D’Arco.

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School of Rock in Waldwick, New Jersey Offers Kids A Unique Summer Camp Program Kicking Off: June 27th – August 26th


School of Rock is the nation's leading performance - based rock music program for students from ages 7-18, located in Waldwick, New Jersey. School of Rock is offering daily summer camp program beginning June 27th until August 26th. A Unique Summer Camp where students will learn the fundamentals of playing an instrument while playing actual rock music on professional equipment taught by real musicians. The program allows kids to transform the learning environment into a fun, social and authentic home for “self-expression.” Special emphasis is placed on self esteem, communication skills and team building. Students will learn classic rock appreciation, music theory, recording sessions, composition and much more.

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Westfield Garden State Plaza Shopping Center Says Yes To Fireworks


Fireworks in Paramus

Yes Virginia (Paramus residents) there will be fireworks this year adjacent to the Sports Complex. Mayor Rich LaBarbiera welcomed Westfield Garden State Plaza Manager Steve Roche and Marketing Manager Lisa Herrmann to the Mayor and Council meeting. They presented the residents with a gift; they are bringing back fireworks to Paramus. Symbolically, they had a large fireworks admissions ticket which they presented along with their generous donation.

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Make 70 the New 65



Michelle Malkin

It's time for a 21st-century retirement age.  If 40 is the new 20 and 50 is the new 30, why shouldn't 70 be the new 65? The last time
Washington politicians tinkered ever so gingerly with the government-sanctioned retirement age, Ronald Reagan was in office and Generation X-ers were all in diapers. Since then, American life expectancy has increased by half a decade and continues to rise -- while the "traditional" retirement age (established eight decades ago) has only recently begun phasing up to 67 and the official "early" retirement age (established four decades ago) remains stuck at 62.

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Doubles Its Meeting Attendance


Paramus Sunrise Rotary 4-12-11
President Liz Mason opened the Tuesday morning Rotary Club meeting despite the sparseness of attendees. It seems that school Easter vacation week had severely slashed the number of regular members attending. Luckily member Trevor Albertine dropped in and he was pressed into action along with Nripen Barua and Mel Fabrikant before he left. The four stalwarts recited the 4Way Test. Shortly after that, members Val Coniglio, John DeBouter and Tony Rosario came in and doubled the attendance.

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NJ Voters Show Sharply Diverging Views of Gov. Chris Christie


Independents say Christie a Smart but Stubborn; Many Worry about Him

Ask a Republican, and NJ Gov. Chris Christie is a strong leader and a smart, independent reformer. But ask a Democrat, and the governor is a stubborn, arrogant, self-centered bully. Independents are more mixed: they see Gov. Christie as stubborn, but also as a smart, independent strong leader. Even so, about half of all New Jersey voters are worried about the governor, while only 38 percent say he makes them feel enthusiastic, according to a Rutgers-Eagleton Poll released today.

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The Sugar Free Allstars at Symphony Space on April 30th



The Sugar Free Allstars at Symphony Space

Out of Oklahoma City’s vibrant music scene, there's bound to be stellar musical entertainment for kids and families. Enter the Sugar Free Allstars, whose easy-funky style and deceptively simple instrumentation deliver a big sound sure to please listeners of all ages. Blending New Orleans funk, Memphis soul, Hammond organ drenched gospel, with the occasional disco and hip-hop beat for good measure, the Sugar Free Allstars present a Funky Fresh and Sugar Free experience (as the name of their newest CD proclaims).

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Renames Building Summit Executive Center; Announces Plans to Transform Property into Class A, LEED-Certified Office Building


Real estate industry veteran Mark Yeager, in partnership with Normandy Real Estate Partners, one of the nation's leading private equity real estate firms, today announced that the partnership has acquired the former Summit Medical Building site and will soon embark on a comprehensive redevelopment program to transform the property into a state-of-the-art, Class A office building and 200-car parking structure. The building, which has been renamed Summit Executive Center, will be developed to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) standards in order to address the market demand that exists for high-quality, energy efficient new office construction situated in a vibrant downtown locale.

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NAI Hanson Rewards Outstanding Achievements For 2010


- Leading commercial real estate firm recognizes top performers and dedicated employees -

NAI James E. Hanson, a leading New Jersey-based commercial real estate firm, recently hosted its annual awards dinner at the Venetian in Garfield, N.J. to honor employees who exhibited extraordinary hard work, effort and dedication to achieve success in 2010.

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