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The Englewood Public Library to Present the All Seasons Chamber Players in Concert Sunday Jan. 11

The Englewood Public Library will welcome the All Seasons Chamber Players for the 30th time as it hosts a free concert on Sunday, January 11 at 6pm.

The much acclaimed All Seasons Chamber Players will perform a program called Happy Harpsichord Holidays! featuring the ensemble’s beautiful 2-manual Flemish harpsichord in combination with flute and strings. The program will include works for flute, violin, cello and harpsichord performing in solos, duos and trios with works by composers from the late Renaissance to early Classical period.

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Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel in South Orange Responds to Need Near and Far as a Community Dedicated to Year-Round Giving

Reform Synagogue’s Ongoing Commitment to Social Action Encourages Intergenerational Involvement 

SOUTH ORANGE, N.J., Dec. 30, 2014 – At Temple Sharey Tefilo-Israel (TSTI), there is never just one season when it comes to making a difference for others. Throughout the year, the entire synagogue community, young and old, is involved in a range of social action programs in Essex County and beyond. These endeavors enable everyone to share the joy of giving and “tikkun olam”—making the world a better place. Tikkun olam is expressed in Jewish life through community service, social action and social justice initiatives.

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Michele Dabal Joins Board of the NJ Sharing Network Foundation

Mendham Resident is an Active Volunteer and Fundraiser for Organ and Tissue Donation

MENDHAM – December 29, 2014 – A Mendham mother of two, who received a liver transplant in 2005, is the newest member of the board of the NJ Sharing Network Foundation.

Michele Dabal, a certified volunteer for NJ Sharing Network, describes herself as a dedicated advocate for organ and tissue donation, adding her personal commitment and business experience would be beneficial to the Foundation board.

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The Adsila Retreat Offers Place of Healing

The Adsila Retreat Offers Place of Healing for Human Trafficking Survivors as well as Outstanding Non-Profits from Across the NationBrant Lake, New York– December 2014 –In scenic, upstate Brant Lake New York, The Adsila Retreat will soon provide survivors of human trafficking the opportunity to heal and reintegrate into society. This program —being developed in partnership with Girls Educational and Mentoring Services—will initially be held in September of 2015, and on an annual basis thereafter. While not in session for healing retreats, The Adsila Retreat will invite other outstanding nonprofit humanitarian groups to use the facility, free of charge, for leadership and planning retreats.  The goal in providing these retreats for outstanding nonprofits is that ideas, collaboration and teamwork generated at the retreat will lead to tangible, program improvements in the services these organizations already provide. 
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January: ShopRite of Ramsey To Host LiveRight Calendar of Events Featuring “New Year, New You” Health and Wellness Programming

Events are Free and Open to the Public

RAMSEY, N.J., Dec. 29, 2014 – ShopRite of Ramsey, an Inserra Supermarkets store, is hosting a full roster of “New Year, New You” health and wellness programming throughout January. Sondra Tackett, M.S., R.D., in-store registered dietitian, will lead each of the LiveRight offerings and provide easy-to-implement nutrition and wellness advice. The following events are free, unless otherwise noted.  All programs are open to the public, held at ShopRite of Ramsey and do not require advance registration, unless otherwise noted:

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The Valley Hospital Testing World’s Smallest Pacemaker

First in New Jersey to Implant Device One-Tenth the Size of Conventional Pacemakers

RIDGEWOOD, NJ, December 30, 2014 – The Valley Hospital recently announced its first implant — and the first in New Jersey — of the world’s smallest pacemaker. The device, which is one-tenth the size of a conventional pacemaker and comparable in size to a large vitamin, was implanted as part of a global clinical trial.

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HackensackUMC Honored for Collaboration with the Make-A-Wish®

Hackensack University Medical Center was honored as one of the top three hospitals in New Jersey working with Make-A-Wish® New Jersey to benefit children facing life-threatening illnesses.

Maureen Keating, vice president of the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at HackensackUMC, and Ellen Goldring, section chief of Child Life/Creative Arts Therapy of the Joseph M. Sanzari Children’s Hospital at HackensackUMC, attended the event which was organized to demonstrate appreciation for healthcare providers who refer children for their fondest wishes.

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Morristown Woman with Personal Connection to NJ Sharing Network Mission Named New Marketing Manager

NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – December 29, 2014  –  An experienced marketing professional with a personal connection to the mission to save and enhance lives through organ and tissue donation has been named Marketing Manager for NJ Sharing Network.

Jeanne Blanchard of Morristown will be responsible for development and direction of the long-term communication strategies that support the organization’s vision, mission and brand.  Blanchard brings more than 25 years of experience in marketing, sales and business development with a focus on healthcare to her new position.

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Promoting Whole Body Wellness in Behavioral Health

Sean Campbell
January 15, 2015 - 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Sean Campbell, Expert Presenter  

Speaker Sean Campbell leverages his own experiences - both personal and professional - to discuss the importance of incorporating "whole-body wellness" into how we address mental health supports and treatment.

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Jill Menell, MD, Honored By Sickle Cell Association of New Jersey

Dr. Jill Menell
PATERSON, NJ [December 29, 2014] – The Sickle Cell Association of New Jersey (SCANJ) recognized Jill Menell, MD, Chief, Pediatric Hematology/Oncology, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, as a recipient of the Dr. Charles F. Whitten Award, in the Health Care Professional category. The award was presented at the Second Annual Statewide Sickle Cell Symposium, where Dr. Menell also shared her expertise by leading a workshop entitled, “Caring for Your Child Who Has Sickle Cell Disease.”

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Party Planning Trends - What new products can make parties more fun?

When it comes to party planning this holiday season, here is a fun and creative feature we can help you with...

What's new this year? Perhaps "party plate personalizing" is the new trend this season...or maybe party plates with ice-breaking conversation starter topics on them.

Create UR Plate www.creaturplate.com lets the party planner personalize a unique clear glass plate for each holiday making it different for each party -- and guest.

It allows you to create new and timely plate decor that you simply switch out within the dish.
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Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friends: Ladies Luxuries Will Be Theme Of Paris Gourmet's 26th Annual U.S. Pastry Competition

Deadline for Chef Applications is January 16, 2015 for Competition Taking Place at The International Restaurant & Foodservice Show Of New York

New York, NY - December 29, 2014 -The deadline to compete for the coveted title of Pastry Chef of the Year at Paris Gourmet's U.S. Pastry Competition is Friday, January 16. The theme of this year's competition is Diamonds are a Girl's Best Friend: Ladies Luxuries. This exciting event will take place at the International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York on Sunday, March 8 from 10:00 am until 5:00 pm, with the awards ceremony at 4:00 pm. All attendees to the trade show, taking place at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, will be invited to view the dazzling showpieces throughout the duration of the event.

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GameIt Poll Reveals: 10 best New Year’s trivia facts

The 10 best trivia facts about New Year’s across the world have been identified by researchers and ranked by a national poll conducted on behalf of GameIt - www.gameit.us - a new trivia game and shopping app.

In their hunt for interesting New Year’s trivia, GameIt’s researchers trawled the web, pored over trivia books and mined the sum of accumulated human knowledge, before narrowing down the field to a shortlist of 10 pieces of New Year’s trivia says Bryce Johnson, founder of GameIt.
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Golf Club banquet hall to become Hindu Temple in Lehigh Valley

A 20,000 square-foot former Golf Club banquet hall on about 14 acres is reportedly set to become the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Hindu Temple in Lower Saucon Township in the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania.

Lower Saucon Township Council, in its public hearing on December 22 evening, reportedly gave its approval.  The banquet facility, in what used to be Woodland Hills Country Club having a 148-acres 18-hole golf course, now reportedly would be converted into a Hindu temple.

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Paramus Sunrise Rotary Inducts Two Members Into The Paul Harris Recognition Foundation

Paul Harris Fellow On Tuesday, December 23, 2014 two members of the Paramus Sunrise Rotary Club were given a Xmas present: induction into the Paul Harris Foundation , one as a new member and the other as a Multiple Member.  Secretary Tina Apprich was brought in as a new member while Immediate Past President Sophie Stone was made a Multiple Paul Harris Fellow. Sophie received her second  PHF, both well deserved. The monies that go for each membership, $1,000.00, goes to help Rotary fund its giving program which is far reaching.
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Fairway Market Debuts Wine, Beer And Spirits Just In Time For The Xmas Spirit

For the first time since it opened in 2009, Fairway Paramus will sell wine beer and spirits. Having recently acquired a license to sell alcoholic beverages, the people at Fairway Paramus have opened a vast display of beverages for the holidays. This inventory will be much expanded in 2015. Getting the word out at this late seasonal date will be a challenge, but Fairway is up to it judging on past performance. They do have a complete selection at their Woodland Park location.

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Ridgewood Parks and Recreation is pleased to offer a children’s show perfect for our youngest audience members (preschool through kindergarten).

"Neighborhood Animals", presented by Marcia the Musical Moose, is a fun, interactive puppet show and sing-a-long featuring Digger the dog who does not want to share his backyard. He chases and barks at all the underground animals until they are all gone. He is so sad when he realizes they have all left, and a valuable lesson is learned by all.

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Is the American Dream Really Dead?


Last month, a professor of economics at the University of California, Davis made some headlines by basically asserting that there is no American dream. It's a myth. He crunched the numbers, supposedly disproving it. Hmm. My dad used to always say, "Did you ever hear about the statistician who drowned in a river, the average depth of which was 6 inches?"


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Pick Pocket Crew arrest in Paramus

The Paramus Police Department announces the arrest of TONI GREEN. 52 yoa, residing in Port Chester, NY,  Stephanie Pruitt 57 yoa, residing in Mount Vernon, NY and GREGORY K. BARNES 53 yoa, residing in Westchester, NY for fraud and possession of stolen property.
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HackensackUMC Holds Annual World AIDS Day Conference for Students

The AIDS Outreach Program at HackensackUMC hosted the 16th annual World AIDS Day prevention-focused conference for high school students. This year’s event was attended by more than 300 students from 13 schools in Bergen, Hudson and Passaic counties along with teachers, school nurses and guidance counselors.   The theme of this year’s conference was “Focus, Partner, Achieve an AIDS-free Generation.”

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