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A Visit With the President

BCC President G. Jeremiah Ryan Did you ever have an appointment marked down with just a brief cryptic message? I did! Listed was a message to call Angela Harrington in regard to Jerry Ryan. I had just returned from a meeting of the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club and was congratulating myself on having the rest of the day to catch up on stories for www.ParamusPost.com. Was I ever wrong! Angela called to remind me that I had an appointment at Bergen Community College and was 10 minutes overdue. Ooops!
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A Rotary Club in the Making in Allendale and Saddle River

Allendale Saddle River Rotary Club Bob Traitz is actively pursuing the starting of a new club in Allendale. While starting up the new club, the facility in Allendale at which they were holding their Wednesday morning meetings closed down. Dr. Laura Standridge, a chiropractor in Saddle River was kind enough to offer her office as a future meeting place. The infant Allendale Saddle River Rotary Club is now meeting at 4 Barnstable Court in a comfortable setting overlooking the Saddle River.
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Awesome Wings Expands

Awesome Wings Another visit to Awesome Wings inside of the Brookside Tavern in Dumont yielded an expanded menu. Gary Spivak had a sheet of specials including a Canadian Donut called Beaver Tail. I visited there with good friend Tony Rosario, his two sons Anthony and Joseph and Tony’s mother in law, Joann. Joann was quite an asset kept busy looking after the two tots who enjoyed their visit, the food and the bowling pin machine.
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Third Englewood Hospital Nurse Returns from Haiti

Registered nurse Leocadie Toussaint of Dumont, NJ expected to be in South Carolina at the end of January celebrating her nephew’s graduation from US Army basic training. Instead, she found herself in Haiti during the aftermath of one of history’s worst recorded national disasters, an earthquake of epic proportions.
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Englewood Hospital Personnel in Haiti

Haiti relief effort EHMC Teaneck Nurse Becomes a Medical Ambassador in Haiti’s Time of Need

On March 1, Deborah Neufville of Teaneck, NJ, a nurse practitioner at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, traveled to Haiti to extend medical aid and care to the devastated country’s population. Deborah spent one week in the country as part of a 14-member medical relief team organized by the Arise and Walk Mission Foundation, which serves to provide spiritual, emotional and medical support to people in need around the world. Deborah was not surprised to find that the destruction in Haiti was far worse than what the media had portrayed.
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Serve Your Community By Donating To GOODWILL® During The BON-TON Stores GOODWILL Sale Event

Earn a Discount at all Bon-Ton Stores Through Donations to Goodwill

The economy is showing signs of recovery, but a new survey from the National Association for Business Economics shows that job growth will likely be slow for the next couple of years. People who are already dealing with long bouts of unemployment need help to find jobs and take care of their families. By donating clean, gently used clothing and textiles during the semi-annual Goodwill Sale at the Bon-Ton Stores— Bon-Ton, Boston Store, Bergner’s, Carson Pirie Scott, Elder-Beerman, Herberger’s, Younkers or Parisian, donors can help those individuals obtain job training and employment and receive a discount on new merchandise at the same time.
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RFK Jr. Set To Speak At East Coast Green Conference In Atlantic City In the Fall

Speakers Comprise Virtual Who’s Who Of Green Leaders

The Committee on the Environment of the New Jersey chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA-NJ), has announced that Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Edward Mazria and Bill Reed will be the keynote speakers at its East Coast Conference to be held at Bally’s Atlantic City, N.J., in the fall. Trenton-based AIA-NJ, which has about 2,000 members, is the state chapter of the national AIA, which helps architects serve the public’s needs and builds awareness of the role of architects and architecture in American society.
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Ten Minutes That Could Save Your Life

Englewood Hospital and Medical Center Offers Free Screenings on April 14th in recognition of Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week

Just because you can’t feel it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there. Ask the more than 35,000 Americans who were diagnosed with cancers of the head and neck last year. Unfortunately, many Americans do not recognize the symptoms of these life-threatening diseases, which include cancers of the oral cavity, larynx and pharynx, and by the time they are diagnosed, for some, it’s too late. In recognition of Oral, Head and Neck Cancer Awareness Week, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (www.englewoodhospital.com) will offer free screenings on April 14th from 4 – 7 pm. Registration is required for this free event.
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Live Performance by School of Rock Allstars Including Teens from Bergen County


Open House Saturday March 27th, 11am – 4pm
Event Free!
Who: School of Rock is the nation's leading performance - based rock music program for students from ages 7-18. School of Rock will open in Tenafly, New Jersey in March, 2010. Visit the new Tenafly location and meet the staff of professional musicians. See a live performance by the School of Rock Allstars featuring Teens from Bergen County-performance 12Noon – 2pm.
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The Allendale / Saddle River Rotary Club is Now Open

Rotary, the world's first service club, began with the formation of the Rotary Club of Chicago in 1905. It offers the opportunity to build lifelong friendships and personal fulfillment while providing volunteer services.

Rotarians pick projects involving Community Service, with a focus on the needs of the immediate community, International Service, which fosters international understanding and peace by promoting goodwill, Club Service, which can include projects relating to health, environmental concerns, assisting seniors, etc. and Vocational Service, which is directed to the training of youth to become responsible leaders in the future.
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Cardiac Program at Englewood Hospital Earns Multiple Honors

The Joint Commission and CareChex® recognize Englewood Hospital’s Cardiac Program for delivering outstanding patient results and demonstrating continuous commitment to medical excellence

The cardiovascular health services at Englewood Hospital and Medical Center (www.englewoodhospital.com) continue their tradition of excellence with two new awards for quality patient care. Recent accolades include a Gold Seal of Approval for stroke care from The Joint Commission and the Medical Excellence Award for cardiac care from CareChex®.
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Elements at West Windsor Raises Money For Haitian Hurricane Victims


Elements at West Windsor
— Residents Took Part in Silent Auction Fundraiser During Community’s Feb. 26 Chinese New Year Celebration —

Despite record snowfall amounts, residents of the local community of Elements at West Windsor held a well-attended Chinese New Year Celebration on Feb. 26, during which they raised funds to be donated to the victims of the earthquake that recently devastated the nation of Haiti.
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The Best Sunset

On the last day I visited him at the nursing home, Paul Lawson — a World War II combat veteran, a former newspaper reporter and my mentor in recovery — sent me on my way with his standard adieu: "Go carefully. And remember, my friend, the best any of us have ever done is today."

Put another way, Paul wanted to remind me that yesterday is gone. Tomorrow isn't here. So all that really matters — especially for those of us with histories of regrets and overambitious future aspirations to do better — is to live in the moment by living in today.
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Mr. Cupcake Opens in Oradell- Grand Opening Saturday, March 27th


Mr. Cupcake, Oradell, NJ
Mr. Cupcake has opened up its third location in Oradell on Kinderkamack Road. The cupcake bakery was founded in 2007 and has two additional locations in Clifton and Hackensack. Its mission is to provide the customers with the best tasting and freshest cupcakes in New Jersey. I think they succeed!
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Mayor & Council Meeting 3-23-10

Mayor and Council Meeting 03-23-10 After a long long wait, the meeting of the Mayor and Council got underway. Scheduled to start at 745Pm, it has rarely adhered to that starting time schedule. This meeting was started at 9:08 PM, way past my normal bedtime. The delay was caused by a meeting downstairs in the Caucus Room, primarily, from what I heard, by budget discussion. It was attended by a large member of constituents. According to Councilman Brundage in his report, there had been a breakthrough in the way the budget would be determined. This despite the fact that due to the Governor’s budget, Paramus had lost another million dollars in state aid.
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Mayor Tedesco Announces He Will Not Seek Re-election

During a late starting, long report, Mayor James Tedesco announced that he will not seek re-election next year. He mentioned that he had made a pact with his wife, Renee, while she was alive that this would be his last term. He hoped that it would put an end to some of the political bickering that was taking place. He promised to serve out his term until the end and do it faithfully.

He also announced that he will have some surgery done in the next few months to improove his quality of life in later years.
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SIOR's N.J. Chapter Hosted Successful Event in Basking Ridge Which Focused on Economic Recovery in 2010

-Event featured guest speaker Marci Rossell, former Chief Economist for CNBC & Co-Host of Squawk Box -

The New Jersey Chapter of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors (SIOR), recently hosted its annual keystone event on March 11, 2010 at Dolce in Basking Ridge, N.J. The theme for the evening was, "Rising from the Ashes," which featured guest speaker Marci Rossell, former chief economist for CNBC & Co-Host of Squawk Box, who provided insightful and uplifting commentary about the complex challenges that are currently impacting the economy and commercial real estate markets.
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Lucy Janjigian, Noted Artist, Speaks at Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club

Sunrise Meeting 3-23-10 Lucy Janjigian, multimedia artist, chatted with the members of the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club about her works. She explained that she was of Armenian descent but born in Jerusalem. Her paintings, for the most part, portray the hardships of the Armenian population as they attempted to leave their homes. It was somewhat similar to the exodus of the Jewish people from Egypt but they encountered both the hot searing desert and the freezing temperatures of snow.
Click here to see the Uprooted video by Lucy Janjigian.
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“Kiss Me Kate,” opens at Bergen Community College on April 16, 2010


American Sign Language interpretation available for April 23 performance

“Kiss Me Kate,” a Tony-Award winning musical comedy, will be performed at the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on Bergen Community College’s main campus at 400 Paramus Road in Paramus at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 16, Saturday, April 17, Friday, April 23 and Saturday, April 24. Matinees will be performed at 3 p.m. on Sunday, April 18, Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $7 for students and seniors (65+) and are available by calling Bergen’s Office of Community and Cultural Affairs at (201) 447-7428 or visit them on the Web at www.bergen.edu.
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Celebrating Mother’s Day Weekend


Pat Cooper
The Houdini of Comedy Pat Cooper and Special Guest Host-WOR NY’s Joey Reynolds
Saturday May 8, 2010

Tickets : $85,$55,$50,$45, & $30.

For nearly four decades Pat has appeared on many stages, from comedy clubs to major theaters, including the legendary Copacabana, Westbury Music Theater, Trump Castle, Caesar’s Palace, the MGM Grand Hotel, and Trop World. He is however, the funniest angry man you will ever see.

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