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Thursday, April 27 2017 @ 12:51 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine
Thursday, April 27 2017 @ 12:51 PM EDT
The Paramus Post - Greater Paramus News and Lifestyle Webzine

White House and BoatUS staff on their way to building 400 new fishing line recycling bins


BoatUS and NOAA Make Earth Day a Work Day: 400 Fishing Line Recycling Bins Built in Two Hours

Boat Owners Association of The United States (BoatUS) staffers and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) leaders gave a little back to mother earth today by teaming up to build 400 fishing line recycling bins in just under two hours. The three foot-long cylindrical bins constructed of PVC drain pipe are mounted to fishing piers, at launch ramps or marina boat docks, and are part of the Reel In and Recycle national fishing line recycling program. The bins are distributed to local groups around the country to help keep fishing line out of our waterways where it can be dangerous to wildlife. To view a time-lapse video of the bin-building event, go to www.BoatUS.com/binbuilding.

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Killing Medicare won't solve nation's problems


We must not end Medicare: Too many American seniors would suffer or die prematurely if we did.
WHAT WOULD you say to someone who told you that in order to save something, you’d have to kill it?
On April 15, the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives voted, 235-193, to end Medicare for Americans who are currently under the age of 55. No Democrat voted in favor of the plan.

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U.S. Departments Of Education And Treasury Recognize NJStudents In The 2010-11 National Financial Capability Challenge


Total of 4,876 New Jersey Students Take “Challenge” State-by-state Results Available at www.challenge.treas.gov

As part of an ongoing effort to mark national Financial Literacy Month, the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of the Treasury today recognized the 4,876 New Jersey students and 106 New Jersey educators who participated in the National Financial Capability Challenge for the 2010-11 school year. The Challenge, which includes a voluntary online exam for high school students, helps teach young Americans about saving, budgeting, investing, and other important skills critical to building a secure financial future.

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Bergen Community College to Dedicate Institute for Learning in Retirement to Former Dean



Lois E. Marshall
May 5 Memorial Recognizes Contributions of Adult Education Pioneer Lois E. Marshall

PARAMUS, N.J. (April 19, 2011) – At a May 5 ceremony, Bergen Community College and the Bergen Community College/Paramus Rotary Club will dedicate and rename the school’s Institute for Learning in Retirement in honor of Lois E. Marshall, the program’s first and only dean who passed away last April.

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club Has FUN At Its Meeting


Paramus Sunrise 04-19-11
With the upcoming Fashion Show on May 20th, much of the regular meeting was devoted to honing the finer points. The club welcomed Tina Apprich who had volunteered to pinch hit for Sophie Stone, a backbone of the Fashion Show, who has other commitments. Since there wasn’t a speaker scheduled. President Liz Mason had a ‘mixer ‘ planned. She passed out sheets of paper to every attendee and asked them to write two things about themselves that no one else knew. It was up to the rest of the members to ascertain who the mystery two liner referred to.

Among the two liners were:

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club President Liz Mason Attends The Rotary District President’s Ball


Rotary District 7490 President Ball

Held once a year by Rotary District 7490 to honor the presidents of the 55 clubs in the District, President Liz Mason of Paramus Sunrise attended. As in the past, it was held at the Rockleigh Country Club and District Governor Adele Miller was on hand to welcome the attendees. In addition to receiving recognition from the District Governor, President Liz was given a Walter D. Head plaque from her own club. Mrs. Mason was accompanied by David, her husband and was supported by club members Sophie Stone and Mel Fabrikant.

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Investment Sales Pro David Csontos Joins Newmark Knight Frank


A key hire to capitalize on the growing investment sales opportunities in the tri-state area

Rutherford, N.J. (April 2011)—Newmark Knight Frank President James Kuhn announced today that investment sales professional David Csontos will lead the company’s tri-state Capital Group, which covers the New York City suburban markets. He joins the firm as a principal in the Rutherford, N.J., office.

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5 Environmentally Friendly Painting Tips



CertaPro Painters
From the local experts at CertaPro Painters
The push for a greener home and smaller footprint are stronger than ever. Homeowners want to make sure the products they’re bringing into their homes are safe for their families and they’re doing their part to create a healthier environment. 

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All the President's Funny Money



Michelle Malkin
Ka-ching, ka-ching, ka-ching. President Obama's perpetual campaign cash-o-matic machine kicks into high gear again this week as the celebrity-in-chief heads to Hollywood for several high-priced fundraisers. But while the Democrats' 2012 re-election team stuffs its hands into every liberal deep pocket in sight, questions about the Obama 2008 campaign finance operation still fester.

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A Server's Timely Reminder



Connie Schultz
For the past hour or so, a woman I've never met has been calling me "honey."
You decide what you want, honey?
Honey, would you like more coffee?
You stay as long as you need to, honey. 

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National Lemonade Day Brings Business School, Local Youth, and Community Together Sunday, May 1, 2011


April 20, 2011 – Students from the School of Business at Montclair State University are teaming up with over 400 young entrepreneurs in New Jersey to participate in Lemonade Day, a national program that teaches children how to start, own, and operate their own business through the simple and time-honored act of building and running a lemonade stand. Lemonade Day will take place on Sunday, May 1, 2011, with lemonade stands throughout Essex County managed and operated by children from the YMCA of Montclair, Boys and Girls Clubs of Newark, Newark public schools, the Bradford School in Montclair, and several other community partners.

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Governor Malloy’s Proposed Budget: Tax Boaters More? BoatUS Says Boaters Need to Speak Up Now



Do boaters in the Constitution State deserve to be taxed more? Governor Dan Malloy’s proposed 2012 budget adds significant new tax levies for boaters and proposes to eliminate the state boating fund and divert boating registration fees and tax dollars – paid by boaters – into the state’s general fund. BoatUS says these changes could threaten the state’s vibrant boating industry, and lead many cash-strapped residents to quit boating. Connecticut boaters are urged to send a message to their state legislator this week by going to www.BoatUS.com/gov/ctaction.

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To Write Love On Her Arms Hold Booth At Bamboozle Festival


The non-profit organization To Write Love on Her Arms will be at the Bamboozle Festival in East Rutherford, NJ from April 29th - May 1st. This will be TWLOHA's 4th year at the festival. The TWLOHA staff will be available for interviews and the TWLOHA booth will be set up all weekend to ask questions or chat with the team.

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Attend the Saturday Series on Autism Spectrum Disorders at Bergen Community College, May 7, 2011


Linda Meyer, Ph.D., executive director of AutismNJ, and Suzanne Buchanan, Psy.D., BCBA-D, clinical director, AutsimNJ, will discuss interventions to maximize engagement and independence as part of the “Saturday Series on Autism Spectrum Disorders,” sponsored by Bergen Community College’s School of Continuing Education.

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Friends Don't Let Friends Rent at Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City


New Jersey's Tallest Residential Development Is Home to College Friends

When Leon Ding and Wen Jing Guo began their house hunting search three years ago, the couple, having been renters in New York City, never imagined that they'd find the home of their dreams in New Jersey. But even more unexpected than the couple's eventual move across the Hudson River is that Ding and Guo's new home, Trump Plaza Residences Jersey City, has since become home to several of the couple's college friends.

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Bergman Real Estate Group, Century 21 Commercial Worden & Green Named Leasing Agent for Tower 270 in Somerset, N.J.


Class A Site is Zoned for Office, Lab and Research Uses

Bergman Real Estate Group, together with Century 21 Commercial Worden & Green, jointly announced today their appointment as exclusive leasing agent for Tower 270 located at 270 Davidson Avenue in Franklin Township, N.J "We are thrilled to start working on this assignment," said Michael Bergman, President of Bergman Real Estate Group. "This distinct, attractive office building will now offer exceptional leasing opportunities and tremendous value for both large and smaller office users."

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Nurse Your Baby & Your Post-Pregnancy Body Belly Bandit® Debuts the Dynamic New Mother Tucker™ Nursing Compression Tank


Belly Bandit®, the brand renowned for reinventing post-partum compression shape wear with style and comfort for the modern woman, expands its Mother Tucker™ line with the new Mother Tucker™ Nursing Tank. This new tank top has been designed specifically to meet all the needs of the nursing mom, uniting easy feeding access and slenderizing compression with stylish design to make it the most fashionably functional nursing tank on the market.

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Encelium To Introduce Polaris 3 At Lightfair International 2011


This Web-based Application provides users with an industry first Three-dimensional view of an entire facility for lighting control and energy management Encelium Technologies' Energy Control System has set an industry standard, and that standard will now venture into the next generation with the introduction of Polaris 3, a web-based lighting control software application. It will be unveiled for the first time on May 17 with a formal introduction at a 5 p.m. reception at the Encelium booth (#2511) at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, site of Lightfair International 2011.

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BoatUS: The Sky is Not Falling, But Hurricane Season Predicted to be “Active” Advice: Talk to Your Marina Now



Using a simple tie-down system for their “Hurricane Club” members, Sebastian River Marina & Boatyard in Sebastian, FL has been successful in preventing hurricane damage to customers’ boats.
Keeping boaters aware of the need to make early preparations for the upcoming hurricane season is a tough job for the nation’s boat owners group, BoatUS. That’s because we’re all human – it only takes of few years after a devastating hurricane before memories start to fade, leading to a little apathy. With the prediction of an “active” 2011 hurricane season by the renowned Colorado State University Tropical Meteorology Project just out, BoatUS says the 72% chance that at least one major hurricane will make landfall should give boaters the reason to make one early preparation
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Soundmatters Donates Foxlv2 Bluetooth Pocket-Sized Speakers To National Public Radio Affiliate - KCRW


For Summer 2011 Pledge Drive

The Only Pocket-Sized Speakers Good Enough for Audio Purists, Including
Actor/Musician/World-Traveler/KCRW Host Henry Rollins

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