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Garden State Harmonica Club Meeting Held twice a month in Glen Rock on November 1 & 15


The Garden State Harmonica Club monthly meetings will be held on Nov. 1 and Nov.15 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.
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Lee Childs New Book: Worth Dying For


As a Lee Child/Jack Reacher fan, I devoured the entire book in record time. Once again, Jack Reacher finds himself in a remote area which has secret problems. Rather than move on, he tackles the problem and in true Child format, crunches and vanquishes the oppressors. As always, there is a lot of burning and fires taking place. The reader is kept in suspense until the very end!
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Huck by Janet Elder


You know how you start a new book and know instinctively that this is a book to enjoy. Huck is one of those books. Not only is it a pet lover’s book, but it deals locally with the towns of Wyckoff. Allendale, Ramsey and Mahwah. It deals with the love of a puppy by a little boy and his family and how that toy poodle affected their lives; how it helped in the recovery of cancer.
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Annual Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Conference to be Held Nov. 18 - 19

Recreational and Commercial Users Come Together to Discuss Future

The Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Association (AIWA) will highlight the unique alliance that was created over a decade ago between recreational boaters and commercial navigation interests at its annual meeting, November 18 - 19 in Portsmouth, VA. The meeting, held at the Renaissance Hotel and Conference Center, will also showcase how waterway users continue to collaborate to keep the waterway open while reinforcing its importance to the economy of the southeastern US and the nation.
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Volunteers Needed at Bergen Regional Medical Center

Bergen Regional Medical Center, New Jersey’s largest hospital and largest licensed nursing home, is accepting applications for volunteers.

Volunteers are needed to help with a variety of programs including the horticultural therapy program, front desk concierge program, friendly visitor program, pastoral care, recreational therapy and other hospital programs. BRMC volunteers come from all walks of life, ranging from high school students to adults and retirees. The goal of the Hospital’s volunteer department is to match prospective volunteers’ interests with opportunities at the hospital.

For more information, contact Susan Burkhardt at 201.967.4615 or visit http://www.bergenregional.com/abtVolunteer.html
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Sexy Costumes Are Top Sellers as Women Fun-Seekers Gear Up for Halloween

Tween Girls Seek out Storybook Characters; Men Get Silly, or Do as They’re Told

Sexy Halloween costumes are top sellers for women this year, according to the State Fair Halloween Superstore, a retailer specializing in costumes, accessories and decorations in Belleville, N.J. Even teen and “tween” girls are seeking out sexy storybook characters such as Alice in Wonderland and the Fairy Princess, although teen sexy is a toned-down version of women’s costumes.
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With Options For Everyone at Carrabba’s – Family Dinner is Back

A recent survey from Carrabba’s Italian Grill, conducted by Wakefield Research, found that 87% of Americans count "eating meals as a family" among their most cherished memories but over half of them (53%) wish they had more time to actually sit down together. In a busy time of year, full of school, work, sports, and after-school activities, Carrabba’s is making it easier to come together around the table with an enticing lineup of new menu offerings, sure to please each member of the family – from “bambini” to “nonna”.
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Bergen Community College Dedicates Meadowlands Facility


Bergen Community College took the wraps off its newest location today at 1280 Wall Street West in Lyndhurst: Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands. Joined by government, business and nonprofit leaders at an afternoon ceremony, College officials dedicated the five-story, 125,000-square-foot facility that will serve southern Bergen County students, businesses and jobseekers. An evening open house for prospective students, corporate partners and nonprofit organizations followed the dedication.
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Real Weather Girls™, The First Mobile Application Offers Daily Original Video Content Available on Apple’s iPhone, iPod Touch

Real Weather Girls™, the first mobile application to offer daily original video content, will be available on Apple’s iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad today.
For the first time ever, App users can take a two minute vacation every day from London to Honolulu.
The Application will follow the lives of 12 fascinating women in 12 cities across the globe (Los Angeles, New York, Miami, DC, London, San Francisco, Dallas, Honolulu, Boson, Chicago, Seattle, and Las Vegas, with new cities to be added.) App buyers will get up-to-the-minute local, national, and international weather updates, radar maps, and the 7-Day forecast via the App itself while the women share daily video excerpts of their lives. Think of it as the first reality show/choose her own adventure show.
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{Quick & Kosher} by Jamie Geller


A book written with a sense of humor and ease, {Quick & Kosher} author Jamie Geller shows how she can put together meals in quick intervals of 20 minutes or less while tending to the everyday chores of motherhood. Most important, she has developed a devil may care attitude even though she does care! In short, don’t take yourself too seriously. Have the freedom to combine finished food products with panache and develop them into gourmet style meals.
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Paramus Community Health Day

Paramus Community Health Day Each year the Paramus Board of Health under the supervision of Director John Hopper has held a Health Day at the Paramus Life Safety Building. The Board of Health prevails upon Borough Departments, Hospitals and local health related businesses to participate. One of the most popular is a Therapeutic Massage, this year given by JulieFavaro jjourney@aol.com . Attendees were waiting in line to sample Julie’s ministrations.
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Paramus Board of Health: Have Needles - Will Travel

Have Needles - Will Travel Each year when it comes time for the administration of flu shots, John Hopper, Paramus Health Officer, sends his nurses out to the residents of Paramus who are infirm or cannot travel. Paula Opitz, Marylou Baldonado and Janice Fraioli visited the Walter Behnke Senior Housing Complex recently to administer the annual flu shot. Manager Karen Hug had the residents ready in the Community room and had them fill out the necessary paperwork.
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Care Plus NJ Presents Mental Health First Aid: A Toolkit to Assist Veterans and Others

Paramus, NJ Care Plus NJ invites the public to attend Mental Health First Aid: A Toolkit to Assist Veterans and Others on October 27, 2010. The workshop is designed to increase mental health literacy and encourage early mental health interventions among Veterans.

The statistics are surprising. Nearly 33% of those who have been deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan will experience mental health issues. Depression, Anxiety, and PTSD rank among the most common. With the Mental Health toll rising for US War Veterans, Care Plus NJ recognizes the need to address early intervention for our dedicated service members.
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Under the Law No Social Security COLA for 2011

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Under the Law No Social Security COLA for 2011
Monthly Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for more than 58 million Americans will not automatically increase in 2011, the Social Security Administration announced today.

The Social Security Act provides for an automatic increase in Social Security and SSI benefits if there is an increase in the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W) from the third quarter of the last year a cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) was determined to the third quarter of the current year. As determined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there is no increase in the CPI-W from the third quarter of 2008, the last year a COLA was determined, to the third quarter of 2010, therefore, under existing law, there can be no COLA in 2011.
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Short films that spark debate at Teaneck International Film Festival


The Teaneck International Film Festival is proud to have on its roster of films this year Media That Matters Short Film Festival, the premiere showcase for short films on the most important topics of the day. According to TIFF executive director Jeremy Lentz, “This ties in perfectly with our theme, Activism: Making Change, by engaging diverse audiences – local, global, online, and in communities around the world – and inspiring them to take action.”
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Oliver Quinn, Esq. Honored at Alumni Recognition Dinner

Oliver Quinn, Esq., Senior Counselor of Taft and Partners, a marketing and corporate communications firm with international clients based in Princeton, NJ, was honored last night at the Rutgers School of Law–Newark Annual Alumni Recognition Dinner.

Mr. Quinn, class of 1975, has held a wide variety of senior positions in both the public and private sectors, including Assistant Dean of Rutgers School of Law, Administrative Law Judge, Deputy Commissioner for the New Jersey Department of Labor, and Deputy Solicitor for National Operations at the U.S. Department of Labor. Most recently, Mr. Quinn served as Vice President and Chief Business Ethics Officer at Prudential Financial.
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New EVP/Chief Strategy and Operations Officer at Hackensack University Medical Center Named


Ketul J. Patel
Hackensack University Medical Center proudly welcomes experienced healthcare executive Ketul J. Patel of Jersey City as the institution’s new executive vice president, chief strategy and operations officer. “It is with much enthusiasm that I announce Mr. Patel’s appointment, during a time when our nation’s healthcare system is poised for major reform,” says Robert C. Garrett, president of Hackensack University Medical Center. “Mr. Patel’s expertise in hospital operations, strategic planning, and marketing will make an important impact on our medical center as we work together to implement the benefits of healthcare reform and to focus on new growth at Hackensack University Medical Center.”
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Actor Danny Trejo Headlines Bergen Community College’s Latino Heritage Week Celebration October 25, 2010


Actor Danny Trejo
Danny Trejo, who has appeared in films including “Heat” and “Once Upon A Time in Mexico” is a successful television and film actor but has overcome many challenges along the way. Mr. Trejo will discuss his achievements and personal struggles as the keynote speaker of Bergen Community College’s Latino Heritage Week Celebration, on Monday, October 25, 2010 at 11 a.m. in the Anna Maria Ciccone Theatre on the College’s main campus in Paramus. In addition to acting, Mr. Trejo also helps young people battle drug addictions. In 2000, he created a production company Starburst. His life story was depicted in the documentary film “Champion.”
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Secretary Sebelius to Kick off Medicare’s 2011 Open Enrollment with New York City Seniors

Secretary Sebelius to Personally Deliver 2011 “Medicare and You” Handbooks

On Friday October 15 at 1:15 pm, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will visit seniors at the Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center to kick off Medicare’s open enrollment period which begins on November 15th and discuss how the Affordable Care Act strengthens Medicare.
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Mountain Bread Wraps Wins ‘Best in Show’ at Kosherfest 2010 New Products Competition, Held Oct 13 in NYC at the JCC

It took five judges and five hours to determine the best new kosher products of 2010, sponsored by the largest international kosher food trade show, Kosherfest (www.kosherfest.com) . A line of gourmet Mountain Bread Wraps, took Best in Show at the 22nd Annual Kosherfest New Products Competition, held at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan on Oct 13th. Mountain Bread Wraps is a product of Australia, distributed by No Worries Natural Foods of Fremantle, WA.

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